World War II

SURVIVOR MEETS BABY HE SAVED IN 1943

THE TWO BOYS lived like animals in the forest, eating wild mushrooms and grass, sleeping in crude shelters, hiding from the Nazis and Ukrainian posses hired to hunt down Jews.

Maxwell Smart, born Oziac Fromm, found refuge in the woods in 1943 after his mother urged the 13-year-old to flee from the trucks that had

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