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'50 Children': An American Couple's Mission to Save Kids From the Third Reich

Steven Pressman’s new book, 50 Children (HarperCollins), broadens and deepens the extraordinary tale that Pressman brought to light in his acclaimed 2013 documentary of the same name: in short, how one seemingly ordinary American couple traveled to Nazi Germany and… 1,081 more words

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He Has Risen!

This is a video of the production we did at the former Malibu Vineyard 11 years ago.  D. David Morin produced it and that’s your’s truly, conducting in front as  I was Music Director there.   250 more words

L. A. Marzulli

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Sneaky Photographer

I came across this photo tonight and thought I would share. It interest me for a couple different reasons. To begin with, the photographer apparently used his daughter – who is shown above – as a prop to have an excuse to photograph Nazi propaganda and anti-Jewish exhibits in storefront windows. 77 more words


20 April 1945

The Liberation of Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, by British 11th Armoured Division

On 20 April 1945, work to improve the conditions of the moderately unwell prisoners began. 249 more words



Before I even left Poland, I knew I would have a hard time coming up with a title for this blog post. What do you call the time when you felt the most vulnerable, the most upset, the most angry and the most inspired? 1,846 more words

Life Abroad

Am I Brave Enough?

Each time I watch a movie or read a book about the Holocaust, the same nagging questions plague me: would I have allowed my neighbors, my friends, people I did business with, to be led to slaughter without fighting for them? 724 more words


Happy Resurrection Day! Are We Resurrecting Life?

Growing up, my parents bought a house in a predominately Jewish neighborhood. We lived just around the corner from a Jewish synagogue. The Star of David on the building served as a landmark on the corner of Independence Blvd. 867 more words