Polish president reunited in Washington with Jew saved from Holocaust

At the start of an official visit to Washington, Komorowski was reunited in a moving ceremony at the Holocaust Museum with Zeev Baran, who, along with his mother and a sibling, were hidden by the Komorowskis when the Nazis invaded Poland in 1939, triggering World War II.

Baran, who moved to Israel after the war, emotionally recalled how his father had been killed alongside the uncle of Komorowski, whom he referred to as Bronek, the diminutive of his first name, usually used by close friends and family.

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