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  • The doll that survived the Holocaust

    Diny K. Adkins, talks about her doll, Aneke Pop, who helped her to survive her time in hiding before it was taken from her at a concentration camp. But thankfully, this story has a happy ending.

Diny K. Adkins, talks about her doll, Aneke Pop, who helped her to survive her time in hiding before it was taken from her at a concentration camp. But thankfully, this story has a happy ending. Delayna Earley Staff video
Diny K. Adkins, talks about her doll, Aneke Pop, who helped her to survive her time in hiding before it was taken from her at a concentration camp. But thankfully, this story has a happy ending. Delayna Earley Staff video

How a chance meeting brought a Holocaust survivor’s message to a Lowcountry school

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