Finding peace from Hitler's army in a vat of chocolate

Leon Prochnik was 6 when his family fled Poland as Hitler's army invaded the country. As they were smuggled out of the country, the family left behind a luxurious life made possible by the family's Krakow chocolate-making company.
Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times
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