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Holocaust survivor to spend holiday in New York with woman who helped save her…

A grateful Israeli grandmother is spending Thanksgiving in New York with the woman who helped save her from the Nazis 67 years ago.
Jennifer Goss
Jennifer Goss • 1 year ago

Shoshana Golan, left, welcomes Wladyslawa Dudziak to New York at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Wednesday. Dudziak took primary responsibility for Golan's care after her mother took the young girl in during the Holocaust. They two hadn't seen each other in decades.

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