Letters from a distant Prague

Helen Epstein was not even a year old in the summer of 1948 when her father decided to take his family away from Czechoslovakia for a new life in the US. Having survived the Nazi concentration camps, he was unwilling to endure life under communism. Growing up in New York’s Czech émigré community, Epstein retained close ties to her family’s homeland and is working to get their story told.

Read the full article at Czech Position



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