The Nazis took a precious kettle from a Jewish couple. Some 86 years later, their grandson in Maryland got it back.

Martin Goldsmith is pictured with the 16th-century kettle at his Kensington, Md., home. The kettle, sent to him from a German museum, belonged to his grandparents before they died at the hands of the Nazis in World War II.

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