Leo Bretholz still has the yellow star he received nearly 70 years ago at a French deportation camp during World War II.
"This is what we were given at Drancy. [It's] the Jewish star -- it says Juif," Bretholz said, bringing the star to his chest. "When I look at that, well, it's like a [badge] of honor."
In 1942, at the age of 21, Bretholz was forced aboard a train from Drancy bound for Auschwitz, the infamous Nazi concentration camp.
That train was operated by the French National...Full Story