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Cheryl Cullen-Fowler
Cheryl Cullen-Fowler • 1 year ago

Starting in October 1943, Marianne Cohen smuggled groups of youngsters to Switzerland until she was arrested in May 1944, with a group of 28 children. The Jewish members of the underground planned to rescue her but she refused, lest her escape result in tragic consequences for the children.

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