One line establishes the crimes of a real Nazi doctor, but mischaracterizes his main victims.
Davidow and her peers worked in excavated caves, abandoned factories and tunnels. They endured food, water and electricity shortages.
Sygmunt Stein, a humble Paris button-maker of Polish-Jewish origin, left a compelling account of his volunteer service fighting Fascism during the Spanish Civil War. Stein (1899-1968) first published his recollections in 1950s articles in the Yiddish “Forverts,” as prepared for publication by the paper’s then-Paris correspondent, Avrom (Abraham) Shulman, better known by the pen name “Avromtshe.”