Alex The Tailor

Had small tailor shop on Dundas Street East, Toronto, 1970s.

Alex, formerly of Hungary, hence not deported towards death until March of 1944.

Survivor of Majdanek concentration camp, which was liberated in July of 1944.

Good fortune of short time.

Believe I saw the tattoo, which prompted the conversation.

Can’t remember taking much there for his business, but more for more conversation.

Lent him a copy of some Elie Wiesel recollections.

He lent to friend.

All coming back in some

All coming back

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