As a child, Baron Dr. Julian Klener was forced to separate from his family in Brussels, and live
two blocks from where his parents, who were also hiding from the Nazis. “Never again is not a
certainty,” he said, “but it is surely an obligation.” He explains how his son, granddaughters, and
great-granddaughter are his form of Jewish continuity.

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