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He died two months later at a nearby convent where he was receiving medical treatment.

Alfred Münzer was born on November 23, 1941 in The Hague, Netherlands.

Alfred survived the Holocaust because he was rescued by an Indonesian family living in the Netherlands.

The Madnas treated him as one of their own children, but he was not allowed to leave the house for fear that someone might see him and become suspicious.

Despite their difference in appearance, the blond-haired, blue-eyed Alfred had no sense of being different from the rest of his Indonesian-Dutch family and he was too young to question why he was hidden in the cellar when the Gestapo came to the house.

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Look out for our Student Ambassadors in red - these are current students who can tell you what it’s like to study, live and have fun @Staffs Uni 👋 KOqyy32o That’s all from them, and that’s all from us at #Staffs Open Day - thanks so much to everyone who joined us.Annie then placed Alfred with her ex-husband, Tolé, a native of Indonesia.For the next three years Alfred remained in Tolé’s home, looked after by their housekeeper, Mima Saïna, who became his surrogate WQj4K A good story gives you the chance to better understand someone else’s life. And it’s why Michelle and I were drawn to Higher Ground’s first film, American Factory.Take a look at our conversation with the directors, and check it out on Netflix.When Gisele returned for Alfred, the four year-old had no memory of who she was.

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