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Lemkin shambled to the door slowly trying his best to imitate the gait of peasants. He could not forget this incident and his brush with death. Playing with the peasant children as a young boy had saved his life. Lemkin soon found refuge in one of the many hundreds of predominantly Jewish shtetlekh. towns in the province of Volhynia. ’. Similar sentiments about the good relations existing between Jews and the German army of occupation in Poland during the First World War were expressed by Jakob Wassermann in one of his novels and were widely shared.
But he listened attentively and every time I stopped,’ Lemkin recalled, ‘he gave me a word which he thought would fit in. 7 Since Lemkin had arrived at the university towards the end of term, no teaching schedule had been arranged for him. He was introduced to Dean Claude Horack and his colleagues in the law faculty and was ‘installed in a pleasant office overlooking the park’, where students called to have a chat. Lemkin found that the American students were refreshing and harder working than their European counterparts, as they were examined almost on a daily basis on the decisions in law cases.
3 Early Years in the United States Raphael Lemkin arrived in the United States on 18 April 1941. From the first the auguries were good, the harbinger of countless kindlinesses he was to receive from individuals. To reach Duke University in North Carolina, Lemkin embarked on a three day journey, changing trains at Chicago. The train stopped at Lynchburg, Virginia, where he noticed in the rest rooms of the station signs, stating “ ‘For Whites” and “For Colored” ’. 1 This incident set Lemkin musing.