Man reunites with the Jewish family his father protected during HolocaustBreaking News
Saturday marks 73 years since the liberation of thousands of Jewish prisoners from Auschwitz during the Holocaust. Several generations later, some relatives are still expressing their gratitude to the European families who took the brave step of protecting Jews from the Nazis.
A simple meeting in a Naples synagogue was more than 70-years in the making.
"I can't help it … Every time I talk about this I break down," Tony D'urso said.
His father helped save Ester Sinigallia's grandfather.
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