SQ 2016- Haim Loran
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Seige of Budapest
AbstractHaim Loran is a Jewish Hungarian man who lived in Budapest during World War II. He talks about how survived the German occupation and how his brother was deported for forced labor. He remembers the Seige of Budapest, living with his family in his father's office and his life under Soviet occupation until 1949. Haim also discusses War, and his desire for people to learn about the events of the War to ensure that they are not repeated.
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