Eric Silberman is a medical student at Icahn School of Medicine. After graduating from Princeton with degrees in molecular biology and creative writing, he spent a year in Poland on a Fulbright, working in a museum and writing about his grandparents’ Holocaust experiences.
By Eric Silberman
Remembering What They Fought For
April 19th was warm in Warsaw, just like it had been 71 years earlier. I left my apartment wearing a coat, which I soon shed as I walked due North toward the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. As I did, I removed from it and restuck a paper daffodil to my shirt, unsure…
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