The Puppet Boy Of Warsaw


Author: Eva Weaver

I was twelve when the coat was made. Nathan, our tailor and dear friend, cut it for Grandfather in the first week of March 1938. It was the last week of freedom for Warsaw and for us…,,Even in the most difficult of lives, there is hope. And sometimes that hope comes in the form of a small boy, armed with a troupe of puppets – a prince, a girl, a fool, a crocodile with half….Read More

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