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The shoemaker and the Bride of Auschwitz.

This is a short poignant story but it has so much in it.A story of hope,survival,death, bereavement and most of all a story that tells us that life is a very precious thing. 591 more words


The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising: 75th Anniversary

On 19 April 1943, the Jews interned in the Warsaw Ghetto revolted against their Nazi oppressors. They fought determinedly with limited resources for almost a month, before their resistance was finally quelled and the vast majority were deported to extermination camps. 1,019 more words


They paid a high price-The heroes of the Warsaw uprising.

On April 19, 1943, the Warsaw ghetto uprising began after German troops and police entered the ghetto to deport its surviving inhabitants. By May 16, 1943, the Germans had crushed the uprising and left the ghetto area in ruins. 502 more words


The Desperate Days Free During the 75th Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Gary Dorion

Published in January, 2018, The Desperate Days is free on Smashwords from April 18-20 for the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Here is the coupon code: XV87P… 312 more words



Heroism was the very will to fight—with or without improvised arms—against the vicious and well-oiled Nazi extermination machine.

Heroism was the ability to maintain humanity when the enemy opposite has lost all human and moral virtues and was brainwashed by racist .

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March of the Living, Day 1: Warsaw

EDIT: okay look I’m very tired and don’t know how to use the WordPress app so for some reason I unpublished and then republished this. 1,247 more words


Joy & Sorrow

Passover, the week-long celebration of the Biblical liberation from slavery, is almost over. Just a few days ago Jews around the world sat together at seders and sang songs both silly and profound. 412 more words