My Neighbor's Secret: Lancaster

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My Neighbor's Secret: Lancaster Lancaster Public Library
125 N Duke St., Lancaster 17602

Jun 20, 2019 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
You never know what you'll learn when you talk to your neighbors!

Join them for a presentation on the life of a remarkable Lancastrian who emigrated from Germany after WWII. Using century old documents and family history, historian Stephen J Shaw was able to piece together Lt. Kurt Wolff's journey from the battlefields of WWI, to his time in a Nazi interment camp, to Lancaster County.

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