Esther Bejerano, in memoriam.
“If Jews had the fortitude to believe in victory over the Greeks, then we could not now surrender our trust in defeating our enemy.”
A second Holocaust is unlikely so long as Iran doesn’t get nuclear weapons.
Encouraging a positive trend.
For many survivors, religious faith continued uninterrupted during and after the Shoah.
Intentionally incarcerated there from 1940 to 1943, Witold Pilecki saw its transformation from a particularly brutal prison into the death factory it is now notorious for being.
The Last Stage.
The heroism of Witold Pilecki.
Oddly discomfited by the Jewish center of the story it tells, and overly content with contemporary platitudes.
Eric Vogel and the Ghetto Swingers.
And the Nazis’ obsessive concern with its aesthetics.
Heroic women who risked their lives.
The problem of scale.