"I’m lucky — at age of 98, I’m still able to do what I promised to do"
Abram Goldberg promised his mother on the train platform at Auschwitz that if he lived he'd never stop telling the story of what happened.
Chaim Rumkowski’s ‘Give me your children’ speech is the most disturbing speech I’ve ever read. I came across it in the Penguin Book of Twentieth Century speeches about five years ago, and it’s horrifying — an anguished plea by Chaim Rumkowski, the Nazi appointed Chief Elder of the Łódź ghetto in Poland, for parents to hand over children under ten to the…
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