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Weekly Photo Challenge: Silence

This week’s theme for the photo challenge is silence and whilst many images came to mind the ones that stuck were photos taken in the presence of sobering memorials to victims of the holocaust in WWII. 151 more words


Developing Empathy for Holocaust Victims: Recommended Books

I wrote quite a dramatic article on the Holocaust and Genocides. I thought I’d follow up with a more specific article, with a set of books that can help in developing empathy for the victims of the Holocaust. 623 more words

Book a Day: Dawn

Normally, I would have read this book as part of the trilogy that it belongs in, but since this is my book-a-day challenge and this is the only one (inexplicably) on our bookshelves, I read it. 697 more words


'But You Did Not Come Back' by Marceline Loridan-Ivens

Non-fiction – paperback; Faber & Faber; 112 pages; 2016. Translated from the French by Sandra Smith.

With International Holocaust Remembrance Day just around the corner (on January 27), it seems fitting to review Marceline Loridan-Ivens’ … 634 more words

Book Review

📖INTERVIEW: "From Generation To..." by Robert B. Fried📖

Hi there, Robert! Let’s dive right into this interview with a question pertaining to inspiration. When writing this book, what served as your main influence? 998 more words


The Power of Words

Rebecca Bryn is the next subject of my “A Date With . . .” series and will feature here on Thursday. Meanwhile I urge you to read her passionate justification for writing the book that drew me to her powerful writing. 87 more words

World Affairs

WWII -In Pictures

The most destructive war in all of history, its exact cost in human lives is unknown, but casualties in World War II may have totaled over 60 million service personnel and civilians killed. 515 more words