“Go home to your wife and children,” the wizened old rabbi told me. “This is a place for old men.”
Millions died in the Holocaust. But how does a child’s mind relate to that? When one individual’s story is told, the number begins to have meaning.
My first visit was a personal call to sympathy for the victims of the Holocaust; my second was a philosophical inquiry into the minds of the Nazis.
What could have stopped the genocide of 6 million? Decades later, a survivor returns to Auschwitz with an answer.
As remaining Holocaust survivors pass away, this White House’s utter disrespect towards the Jewish-focused ethnic cleansing that was the Holocaust becomes more powerful and more dangerous.6
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