A telegram from “Chrastansky,” a family friend in Prague, informed Charles Koppel of the death of his father, Salomon Kopperl, in the Terezin ghetto in 1943. Salomon and other members of his family were taken from their home in Prosec, Czechoslovakia, to Terezin.
A telegram from “Chrastansky,” a family friend in Prague, informed Charles Koppel of the death of his father, Salomon Kopperl, in the Terezin ghetto in 1943. Salomon and other members of his family were taken from their home in Prosec, Czechoslovakia, to Terezin. Koppel family archives
A telegram from “Chrastansky,” a family friend in Prague, informed Charles Koppel of the death of his father, Salomon Kopperl, in the Terezin ghetto in 1943. Salomon and other members of his family were taken from their home in Prosec, Czechoslovakia, to Terezin. Koppel family archives

A family lost to the Holocaust

January 31, 2015 4:00 PM

Comments

More Videos

  • Exploring who we are in the age of Trump

    Inertia DeWitt's exploration of American identity is a featured art piece in Beacon: Sacramento's "America Week" downtown.