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April 19,2015

A little bit of mercy makes the world less cold and more just. — Pope Francis

Holocaust Remembrance Day this past week prompted a flashback to our visit to Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem, Israel. 969 more words

Good Sunday Morning!

Corrie ten Boom, I Remember You...

Today is Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, when we commemorate the victims of the Nazi Holocaust (including members of my husband’s extended family).  And for the first time in several years, I have been reminded of my childhood meeting with Corrie ten Boom, the famous Dutch Christian who along with other members of her family saved many Dutch Jews from extermination. 434 more words

Eclectic Musings

Holocaust Remembrance Day

I wrote this in honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is inspired by my visit to Yad Vashem: The Holocaust Museum in Israel.



Yad Vashem… 65 more words

The Espionage Act of 1917

CONSTITUTION THURSDAY

The Espionage Act of 1917

http://www.slipperyfish.com:8080/podcast99/dave_bowman/041615_espionage_act_of_1917.mp3

On this day, Yom Hashoah, we recall the millions who died as a result of a legal process and we ask the question, could such things ever happen here in the United States? 179 more words

History

2015-7

CONSTITUTION THURSDAY

The Espionage act of 1917

http://www.slipperyfish.com:8080/podcast99/dave_bowman/041615_espionage_act_of_1917.mp3

On this day, Yom Hashoah, we recall the millions who died as a result of a legal process and we ask the question, could such things ever happen here in the United States? 67 more words

Constitution

The Furnaces of Auschwitz: Where Was God?

(…and, yes, God rescued the Hebrew youths…)

My Goldschlager Cousins: New Connections and New Photos

Lately it’s been sort of raining Goldschlagers.  First, I received an email from someone named Jeanne who matched me very distantly on the DNA testing website, but who’d spotted that one of my ancestral names was Goldschlager.   538 more words

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