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Stalag 17 Portrait

  • Aired: 08/31/2009
  • 16:37
  • Rating: TV-G
65 years after her father became a prisoner of war, our contributor has a portrait of him which appears to be drawn by another POW while they were both prisoners in Stalag 17b. What happened to the artist? Did he survive the camp Eduardo Pagan uncovers a stoic act of defiance and dignity behind the Stalag's barbwire.
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What happened to the artist of this portrait made in a German POW camp?
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