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June 20, 1941. Two a.m. Nathan and Helen Drew listen in silence to the purr of planes flying overhead, the clip of Nazi soldiers marching through the streets. The Second World War, they know, has reached them at last. With crosses around their necks, the Jewish couple lived in plain sight throughout most of the German occupation. In Łomża, they watched their city transf June 20, 1941. Two a.m. Nathan and Helen Drew listen in silence to the purr of planes flying overhead, the clip of Nazi soldiers marching through the streets. The Second World War, they know, has reached them at last. With crosses around their necks, the Jewish couple lived in plain sight throughout most of the German occupation. In Łomża, they watched their city transform into a place of death and desperation, ravaged by the brutal annihilation of its residents. For the rest of their lives, Nathan and Helen would be burdened by the crimes they witnessed and by their own survivor’s guilt. Both a moving true story and a series of haunting recollections, The Counterfeit Poles shines a light on the unspeakable horrors of a city under Nazi control and the resiliency of the human spirit in the face of the most difficult and dangerous of circumstances.


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June 20, 1941. Two a.m. Nathan and Helen Drew listen in silence to the purr of planes flying overhead, the clip of Nazi soldiers marching through the streets. The Second World War, they know, has reached them at last. With crosses around their necks, the Jewish couple lived in plain sight throughout most of the German occupation. In Łomża, they watched their city transf June 20, 1941. Two a.m. Nathan and Helen Drew listen in silence to the purr of planes flying overhead, the clip of Nazi soldiers marching through the streets. The Second World War, they know, has reached them at last. With crosses around their necks, the Jewish couple lived in plain sight throughout most of the German occupation. In Łomża, they watched their city transform into a place of death and desperation, ravaged by the brutal annihilation of its residents. For the rest of their lives, Nathan and Helen would be burdened by the crimes they witnessed and by their own survivor’s guilt. Both a moving true story and a series of haunting recollections, The Counterfeit Poles shines a light on the unspeakable horrors of a city under Nazi control and the resiliency of the human spirit in the face of the most difficult and dangerous of circumstances.

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