For Decades, They Lived as Catholics. Then Their Daughters Learned Their Holocaust Secret

Helen Fremont was in her 30s when she learned the truth about her parents. She paid a heavy price for revealing it to the world

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Helen Fremont’s parents with her Italian “cousin” Renzo.
Helen Fremont’s parents with her Italian “cousin” Renzo.
Tzach Yoked
Tzach Yoked
Tzach Yoked
Tzach Yoked

In February 2002, at the age of 44, Helen Fremont went to see her father’s lawyer. Her father had died three months earlier, and the question of his estate was pending. No suspicion of anything being amiss arose as she perused the will, which was dated October 1998. She and her older sister, Lara, were named equal beneficiaries. But there was something more.

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