I felt comfortable with Marcel right away because he is a man who is used to telling his story, and rightly so, because it is a remarkable one. If anything, living through World War II has strengthened his Jewish faith. Having lived in this country for most of his life, Marcel says that he feels more tied to the United States than France, his country of birth. He showed us magazine and newspaper articles and family photographs of his early life in Paris (“the only thing I have left of my mother,” he says).

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