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Niskayuna Holocaust survivor tells story

Book arose from desire to share with family

Schenectady resident Leo Winokur Winn talks at his home about the book he has written, "Cry...If You Can:A True Story."
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Schenectady resident Leo Winokur Winn talks at his home about the book he has written, "Cry...If You Can:A True Story."
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Sitting in the comfortable living room of Leo Winokur Winn’s red-and-white ranch house, it is hard to imagine the atrocities the 90-year-old Jew lived through as a young man. On a recent Tuesday, he spoke of a life at complete odds with his present suburban existence, one his three children never knew much about while growing up, one that still gives him nightmares. His bright smile did its best to hide the memory of the ...


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