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Daniel Asa Rose describes a trip to Europe he took with his two young sons, tracing the history of their relatives and their fate during the Holocaust. In his new book, he tells how the experience helped him build a new relationship with his children after his divorce, and also reconnected him to his roots and his religion.
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