Hand-drawn Monopoly Recalls Life In Ghetto

Posted: November 8, 2010 in World War 2
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ARTICLE BY Kevin Flower, CNN

Micha and Dan are not your ordinary Monopoly players.

In 1938, the two young brothers were happy school children. They lived with their parents in the Czech town of Brno. Their mother was a photographer who liked to document the family’s life in photos, and their father an electrical engineer who enjoyed taking his boys skiing.

The idyllic life of the Glass family was to be shattered a year later with the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia.

Both of the boys parents were arrested. Their father was sent to a forced labor camp, and their mother detained and tortured for six months. [Read More]

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