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Penina Weisz Bowman
Penina Weisz Bowman

From 1946 to 1951, the family escaped from eastern Europe and lived in displaced persons camps in Germany, including Foehrenwald and Feldafing. For a time, the Goodfriends lived on the Isle of Man, off the coast of Great Britain...

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