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Published October 11, 2014

John Guzlowski (66) talks to his wife, Linda Calendrillo (62), about his parents who were survivors of Nazi concentration camps, how they migrated to the U.S., and the trauma they faced in their lives.

Produced by History United from interviews recorded by StoryCorps, a national nonprofit whose mission is to preserve and share humanity’s stories in order to build connections between people and create a more just and compassionate world. www.StoryCorps.org

History United uses local history to encourage investment in the future of the Dan River Region and to build a strong collaborative network of organizations and individuals committed to positive change. 

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