(This was written late last year; I pitched it a few places but received little interest. I’m posting it here because, well, it’s an important conversation.) 905 more words
This is a great, and yes important piece.
The Easter Weekend, and holidays are nearly over. Back to school tomorrow. Some remembered Jesus’ resurrection, most got stuffed on roast dinners, and chocolate. I personally have revelled in a child free lie in, and indulged in some selfish catch up telly. 1,015 more words
Mala Tribach remembers the night before her home was invaded.
“When I went to bed on 31 August 1939, I was living the normal happy life of an eight-year-old in a loving Jewish family,” she says. 844 more words
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” On a nature hike along Germany’s Baltic Coast in 1913, 20-year-old Richard Platz scrawled a note on a postcard, shoved it into a brown beer bottle, corked it and tossed it into the sea.