Robert Nichols, M.D., MPH, talks about his childhood as a refugee from Nazi Germany. Born in Berlin to the daughter of the anarchist Gustav Landauer and the poet Hedwig Lachmann, Robert was forced to leave Germany as a child. His father died few years after the family's arrival in New York, leaving his ailing wife to raise Robert and his brother Mike on her own. At this special event, he talks about the difficulties and possibilities of starting a new life on another continent and shares stories and pictures of his famous family members.
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