Posted on November 10, 2012
When George Fogelson speaks to schools about his mother’s experience during the Holocaust, he brings a relative’s passport stamped with a “J” for Jew. And he passes around a yellow star Jewish people were forced to wear by the Nazis. It helps children better grasp what happened. And it’s a tool the Redondo Beach resident uses to pass on the story of his mother, one of about 10,000 children spared from Hitler’s armies when her parents sent her away to strangers, on a Kindertransport.