People: In Hitler's Shadow


Cecylia Mikolajczyk, 42, wife of the former premier of the London Polish Government, rejoined her husband in London after nearly three years in Nazi prison camps. Tattooed on her left arm, for permanent remembrance, is her slave number: 64,023.

Inga Arvad, sightly Danish film writer, thought it over for two days, then broke her engagement to British M.P. (Conservative) Robert Boothby—because she felt that the stigma of having once been described by Adolf Hitler as "the perfect Nordic beauty" would hurt her M.P.'s career.

Prejudices & Propositions

Burton K. Wheeler, who fought hard...

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