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From Auschwitz To Iowa City
The twists of fate that delivered Holocaust survivor Michael Bornstein, 66PhD, from death. Decades later, he finally shares his story.
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In honor of 150 years of alumni stories, we're proud to bring Michael Bornstein back to the University of Iowa campus for a lecture, Q&A, and signing of his memoir.
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