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Waccamaw School seventh-grade students, who are learning about World War II history, received a first-person account of Nazi Germany on May 15.
Alfred Schnog, a Wilmington business owner whose family escaped Germany on the eve of the war, shared with students what it was like for a Jewish family living under Nazi control.
Schnog’s family—father Ludwig, mother Margaret and his twin brother, Norbert—lived in Cologne, Germany, in the 1930s when the Nazi party took control of the government.
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