COLLECTION HIGHLIGHT

Vera Laroche (left) with a friend at the age of 14 in 1926. Vera was born in 1912 in Berlin into a wealthy, educated family. Through false identities and the help of a German Major who acted as her protector, Vera survived the war.

Vera Laroche (left) with a friend at the age of 14 in 1926. Vera was born in 1912 in Berlin into a wealthy, educated family. Through false identities and the help of a German Major who acted as her protector, Vera survived the war.

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