July 22, 2006
It was a beautiful morning in Palos Verdes as I walked toward the outdoor table
where Bob Geminder, his wife, Judy, and their shaggy, black, long-haired dog, Charlie, waited. Bob had suggested meeting for
breakfast at one of his favorite restaurants. He rose and greeted me with a hardy handshake and an inviting smile. It’s
hard to describe exactly what drew me to Bob, but within minutes I felt he was an old friend. Perhaps it was his smile or
warm, friendly manner.
Interviewed By: Marvin H. Berenson, Author
PENINSSULA PEOPLE MARCH 2006
An unprivileged childhood
Because we were Jews, we knew what was going to happen. The rest of the Polish people didn't know. This was one of the very few times back then
when it was good to be a Jew.” Robert Geminder, his escape from the death trains....
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