Shoa 'orphan' rediscovers her lost siblings

November 2014
New Jersey Jewish News;11/27/2014, Vol. 68 Issue 48, p5
The article discusses Jews genocide by Nazi regime Holocaust's survivor Paulette Dorflaufer's escape and adoption by U.S. based couple Ruth Wolfe and Harry Wolfe, rediscovering her missing siblings, and her relationship with her adopted mother Ruth.


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