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Johan Kapelusz in Irkutsk, imprisoned by the Russians, 1919. "He lived in Brody, he was a painter. When the Russians came, he worked in road construction in order to avoid being deported to Siberia for his bourgeois background. When the German came he went into hidingin various attics. Miraculously, he managed to sneak out when he was betrayed by the son of the building superintendent, himself a Jew. Exhausted, in the fall of 1942 he turned himself over to a transport to the death camp. Around that time his younger brother Albert, who had been in hiding in the marshes outside town, was killed." His daughter

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