Alfred Fleishman, a P.R. executive who helped publicize the plight of hundreds of thousands of displaced Jews after World War II, died Tuesday at 96. Traveling to Germany in October 1945, Fleishman was an eyewitness to the aftermath of the Holocaust.
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