As a 7-year-old, Alfred Schnog watched through hotel room curtains as the Nazis gleefully destroyed Jewish-owned businesses. His parents had encouraged their young boys to watch and told them to never forget what they were seeing. He never did forget. And he told us the story 2018. He passed away the very next year, in 2019, three days after the 81st anniversary of Kristallnacht – that Night of Broken Glass.
Imagine growing up in a world during a time in which it’s prudent to hide the fact that you’re Jewish because you might be barred from common public…