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First Name:

Martin

Last Name:

Hecht

Update:

While preparing for their May 2011 trip to visit family in New York, Martin Hecht and his wife, Aida, who live in Israel, decided that this would be the year that they would take a side trip to Washington, D.C., to visit the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Just a few weeks before their trip, Martin’s niece e-mailed him to tell him that she had seen his picture on the Remember Me? website. Martin has seen the photo before and has a copy of it. He tells us that he is wearing a discarded Hitler Youth uniform that was found at Kloster Indersdorf after the war. He has attended a few reunions of the displaced children who were at Kloster Indersdorf under the care of Greta Fischer and others. Eager to take part in this project, he spoke by phone with a historian in the Museum’s Holocaust Survivors and Victims Resource Center and agreed to meet with Museum staff members while he was in Washington. Read more about Martin Hecht.

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