The positive attitude of Robert Clary that kept him alive.

History of Sorts


It’s amazing how ignorant someone sometimes can be. Although I wasn’t a great of fan of the shows I did watch Hogan’s Heroes and the Bold and the Beautiful on a regular basis,especially the latter one in the period of 1990-1992.


The reason why I mention these 2 shows because it starred Robert Clary. In Hogan’s Heroes he played Corporal Louis LeBeau .


And in 1990-1992 he played a character called  Pierre Jourdan, I forget what kind of character he was, more then likely a designer, but that is not important.

What I didn’t realize is that Robert Clary born Robert Max Widerman did actualy survive the Holocaust.

Born in 1926 in Paris, France, Clary was the youngest of 14 children.At the age of twelve, he began a career singing professionally on French radio and also studied art at the Paris Drawing School. In 1942, because he was Jewish, he was deported to the Nazi concentration camp at Ottmuth…

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