Kristine Vetulani-Belfoure

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According to Wikipedia, Eva Kristine Vetulani-Belfoure was a Polish teacher, translator, activist and writer who emigrated to the United States in 1950. Biography Europe She was born in Kraków, the daughter of Adam Vetulani and Anna Szewczyk, she was a half-sister of Jerzy and Jan Vetulani. Raised in a Catholic family, by the age of five she lived in the country. Then she moved to the city to start education in the elementary school. Once World War II started in 1939, she attended underground classes. She studied several foreign languages, first French, and later German, as her son said, heeding her father's advice: “Learn your enemy's language”. During the war her family adopted a Jewish woman, saving her from the Nazis.

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