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There he met with Metropolitan Andrei Sheptytsky, the church’s leader.

Lewin hoped Sheptytsky could help save not only manuscripts and documents owned by his father, who had earlier been killed in the city’s violence against the Jews, but the rest of his family as well. 

Writing in his 1994 memoir, A Journey through Illusions, Lewin recalled meeting Sheptytsky for the first time.

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