Herbert Gruenebaum lived with his family in Cologne, Germany on the first floor of a modern apartment building. As a small child he remembers two Nazi officers in his home and seeing a huge swastika hanging from the balcony above soldiers on horseback pulling cannons. Herbert and his family immigrated to the United States in 1935 when they joined family in Ohio.
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