“Not a Trace of Smoke”
The Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida presents Cesare Frustaci. Abandoned in war-torn Europe, Mr. Frustaci is the son of an Italian-Catholic musical composer and Hungarian-Jewish ballerina. Forced to flee Nazism’s growth in Italy, seven year old Cesare survived on the streets of Budapest, Hungary on his own. His harrowing story ranges from separation to reunification with both parents and involves famous historical persons and miracles that guided Cesare’s survival. RSVP required.