It probably started with the term “Holocaust survivor.”
And the story’s political manipulation today.
A Brief Stop on the Road from Auschwitz.
He recorded hours of survivor testimony in 1946.
“A living word from a dead world.”
A reflection on a mother’s recollections of the Holocaust.
Survivors have lower-than-expected levels of the stress hormone cortisol.
H. G. Adler is best known (to the extent that he is known at all) for his sociological studies of the Holocaust. But he also. . .
In today’s contest for most-favored-victim status, Holocaust survivors and beneficiaries of the GI Bill have been relegated to the ranks of the unfairly privileged.
In one of the most powerful Holocaust memoirs ever written, Otto Dov Kulka, at age eighty, recalls himself as a ten-year-old child at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Seventy years ago, Rosh Hashanah marked the beginning of Denmark’s three-week operation to smuggle 7,000 Jews, marked for extinction, across the sea to Sweden and safety.