Karl Gönner started out as a committed party member. Later he saved the lives of Frenchmen.
The remnants of Prague’s once-great Jewish library.
A Prayer for the French Republic.
And the anti-Semitic Polish writer who backed it.
An American Jewish poet and his searing wartime experience.
Beauty, brevity, and uncanny vulnerability.
And with the scope of Jewish, and human, existence.
The author of Man’s Search for Meaning attended synagogue regularly.
The historian behind the movie Defiance.
The Last Consolation Vanished.
Two columns and a broken tablet.
The philosopher believed the Jews were guilty of “self-annihilation.”