When I watch Obama in action, I become very worried that Yom Hashoah, instead of being only a remembrance of things past, will be joined by a Yom Hashoah II, the sequel. But today, I won’t blog about that. Instead, I urge you to read this story of a young British man, imprisoned in the “ordinary” part of Auschwitz, and his efforts during that time to learn the truth.Email This Post To A Friend
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