“I’m a Jewish Man in Love with a Hitler Youth”

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Jupp, Salomon (Sally) Perel’s Nazi alter ego, which he had to play to survive in the Second World War, hasn’t left him more than 70 years on. Perel’s hair-raising story, and the baggage that he carries to this day, have been the center of “4 x Sally,” a thought-provoking art installation co-created by Shimon Lev, an Israeli, and Friedmann Derschmidt, an Austrian, and put on display at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute.

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One comment on ““I’m a Jewish Man in Love with a Hitler Youth”

  1. Greg Pollock says:

    Perhaps the most remarkable interview I have ever heard, wonderfully done.

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