I'm trying to find a link to a lecture I heard on zoom over this past year.
I might not have all the details correct but as I remember it was the story of a British woman whose mother was adopted as a child in England during or after the war. Her parents were Polish. The father was a Polish diplomat in England or maybe somewhere else in Europe. At some point she discovered that her grandparents were Polish jews and started working on her genealogy.
Does that ring a bell for anyone?
Please let me know if it does.
Montclair, NJ, USA
Sekuran, Bessarabia and Odessa (Shecter, Eisenberg)
Igumen, Minsk, Belarus (Ekelchik, Sussman)
Minsk(?) (Fine, Z(w)erlin)
Ulanow, Poland (Hassenfeld, Laufer, Reich, Ölbaum)