I was born and raised in Marietta, GA where Leo Frank, may he rest in peace, was lynched. My grandfather, may he rest in peace, lived less than a kilometer from the terrible place and could see it from his front door. As a native southerner of that period, he despised the actions of those who perpitrated such a henous crime. He trained me of the horrors biggotry cause. He died in 1965. The spot where this happened is now under Interstate 75. It was a terrible scar for a community to bear. I pass by the spot frequently.
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from the article: This day in Jewish history / Uprising at Sobibor