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616 >>615 sup benis its wenis how you been tho?
617 >>616 same old same old crammed up in work Wanna hang out some time?
625 >>617 Springer was born in the London Underground station of Highgate while the station was in use as a shelter from German bombing during World War II,[3][4] and gre
626 >>625 Springer was born in the London Underground station of Highgate while the station was in use as a shelter from German bombing during World War II,[3][4] and grew up on Chandos Road, East Finchley. His parents, Margot (née Kallmann; a bank clerk) and Richard Springer (owner of a shoe shop), were Jewish refugees who escaped from Landsberg an der Warthe, Germany (now Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland).[5][6][7] His maternal grandmother Marie Kallmann, who was left behind, died in the gas trucks of Chełmno extermination camp (German occupied Poland). His paternal grandmother, Selma Springer (née Elkeles), died at the hospital in the Theresienstadt concentration camp (German occupied Czechoslovakia). Selma Springer's brother, Dr. Hermann Elkeles, was a renowned Berlin doctor who also died at Theresienstadt concentration camp.[8] In January 1949, Springer emigrated with his parents to the United States, settling in Kew Gardens, Queens, New York, and attended Forest Hills High School. One of his earliest memories about current events was when he was 12 and watching the 1956 Democratic National Convention on television where he saw and was impressed by John F. Kennedy.[9]
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