Milton Feldman served in the 423rd Infantry Regiment (106th Infantry Division) of the U.S. Army in World War II. After, he settled in New Rochelle, raised a family and worked as a CPA. He now resides with his wife, Renee Bauer, in the Bay Area, not far from his son, grandson, and great grandson. He is the author of Captured, Frozen, Starved—and Lucky: How One Jewish American GI Survived a Nazi Stalag.
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Fighting for the Americans, Captured by the Germans, Freed by the Soviets

How a Jewish-American soldier in WWII survived in a POW camp—and even managed to celebrate Passover under the Nazis’ noses

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