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Do Not Dismiss the Holocaust

With my first step outside, into Auschwitz I, there was a smell. With all seriousness, there was a smell. I can’t even describe it now – it was leftovers, cement, heaviness, time.

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I Believe in the Sun, Part II: The Friend

I believe in the sun even when it is not shining;
I believe in love even when feeling it not;
I believe in God even when he is silent. 1,650 more words


Part One: Can we learn from history? Perhaps the question is what can we learn from history? Or why don’t we learn from history?

What follows is the first of a three-part series, a result of my recent visit to Poland. In Part One, I grapple with visions of Auschwitz. 772 more words

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Kindertransport Conversation Comes To Playhouse

Every day, the world loses Holocaust survivors.

In an age of rising anti-Semitism and distrust of “others,” hearing their first-hand stories is more important than ever. 219 more words


Teleconference on Thurs. March 30, 2017

Next week on Thursday March 30, between 1:00 pm -2:15 pm Eastern time, I will be presenting a talk entitled: “Adult Sibling Relationships In Holocaust Survivors Families… 59 more words

Sleep of Reason: The Third Reich and The Vatican

http://traffic.libsyn.com/theaidanproject/The_Sleep_of_Reason.mp3In this edition of The Aidan Project, Aidan is joined on the line from Florida by acclaimed authors, husband-and-wife, Gerald and Trisha Posner. The Posners have an impeccable body of work behind them; this episode draws upon their work on the Holocaust, including the role of the Vatican in working with the Third Reich for financial gain. 162 more words


The Implementation of the Final Solution

Then for the first time we became aware that our language lacks words to express this offense, the demolition of a man… We had reached the bottom. 1,631 more words