It was on one of many family hunting trips near a Gypsy camp that
the Gypsies gave the "Golden Locket" to Eric's father Carl who had
mysteriously become blind. It was Eric's Grandmother who believed
the "Black Madonna's" picture inside the locket that had restored
his vision. Later during the war, Eric, in his capacity as a
Doctor, used the "Golden Locket" on critically wounded or ill
patients who were close to death. After the invasion of Russia,
Eric and Hans were assigned to Minsk. There they used the
pick-pocketing skills they learned from the Gypsies to convince
Field Marshall Von Kluge to send the Gypsies into Russia as
pick-pocketing spies. The saving of Gypsies and Jews using this
plan continued until the Russians began pushing the Germans back
out of Russia. Years after the war, the "Golden Locket" was put
away never to be used again or was the "Golden Locket" passed on to
an unexpected relative?
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