Harold Katz in the synagogue, is a Holocaust survivor living in Chicago who will have his bar mitzvah for the first time at the age of 89. Katz attends morning prayers every morning.
Harold Katz in the synagogue, is a Holocaust survivor living in Chicago who will have his bar mitzvah for the first time at the age of 89. Katz attends morning prayers every morning. Nancy Stone TNS
Harold Katz in the synagogue, is a Holocaust survivor living in Chicago who will have his bar mitzvah for the first time at the age of 89. Katz attends morning prayers every morning. Nancy Stone TNS

Delayed by Nazis, bar mitzvah to be celebrated by 89-year-old Holocaust survivor

June 05, 2017 08:02 AM

UPDATED June 05, 2017 09:22 AM

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