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Monday, January 27, 2020

MyHeritage Featured on CNN in Honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day

CNN World
I received the following email notice today from a friend at MyHeritage and found this very interesting article linked above.
Today marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, as a grandson of survivors myself, I'm proud to share a beautiful story featured today on CNN and made possible thanks to the dedicated efforts of the MyHeritage Research team. 

An iconic 1933 photo of Jewish shopkeeper Richard Stern standing defiantly outside his shop in Cologne, Germany, sparked the interest of our Research team, who noticed the Iron Cross on his lapel as a Nazi soldier stands guard a few feet away. Using MyHeritage family trees and SuperSearch™, our researchers traced Stern's incredible personal story from that day in Cologne and across the Atlantic Ocean. What they revealed was an inspiring story of hope and determination starring a real-life hero. 
 I hope you take a few minutes and read this article: "The story behind the German Jewish war hero honored on both sides of the Atlantic, decades apart." Can you believe how remarkable this story is?

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