Shalom Shtamberg, whose parents and five brothers who were killed in the Holocaust, was taken to Warsaw Ghetto at age 13 when he was supposed to mark his bar mitzvah, but eighty years on, he read from the Torah scrolls and enjoyed the long-awaited celebrations.


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