Watching

Holocaust survivor Lotte Seeman, 93, center, watches the play that was produced under the auspices of the SS St. Louis Legacy Project with actors from the Reseda home. Seeman recalled how Adolf Hitler had made fun of the predicament of the St. Louis passengers, who were turned away by the U.S. and Canada and returned to Europe.  "I remember it. I remember every thing of it" said Seeman, who spent more than two years in an Amsterdam attic, hiding from the Nazis.
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( Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times / February 3, 2014 )

Holocaust survivor Lotte Seeman, 93, center, watches the play that was produced under the auspices of the SS St. Louis Legacy Project with actors from the Reseda home. Seeman recalled how Adolf Hitler had made fun of the predicament of the St. Louis passengers, who were turned away by the U.S. and Canada and returned to Europe. "I remember it. I remember every thing of it" said Seeman, who spent more than two years in an Amsterdam attic, hiding from the Nazis.

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