Being the child of a Holocaust survivor can be difficult.

Who could possibly understand the horrific experience?

But one woman from the northern suburbs learned a lesson in forgiveness that could be helpful for anyone living with fear, anger or resentment.

Karen Kaplan shares her experience in a new book: “Descendants of Rajgrod: Learning to Forgive.”

Larry Potash has the full story.

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    January 2016     Herbert Quelle,  German Consul General “Karen Kaplan’s memoir “Descendants of Rajgród”  has moved me deeply. The author permits an intimate insight into her soul and the psychological burden that she has carried along as the daughter of a Holocaust survivor. She freely shares her family story, especially the difficult relationship with her ...more

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