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US philanthropist savors opening of Jewish museum

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WARSAW, Poland (AP) — As his train rolled across Germany in 1939, passing through small towns where swastikas fluttered from flagpoles, Tad Taube cowered in fear each time Nazi police entered his compartment and barked orders for his documents — papers that plainly identified him as an 8-year-old Jewish boy from Poland. But the full terror of the war was still a few months off, and Taube got...

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