Films and books that feature WWII, the Holocaust, and Nazis, will always hold interest for millions of people. What is a more recognizable enemy than Hitler and Nazis? The Holocaust and the rise and fall of the Nazi party hold a unique place in modern history as the most widely documented genocide and sinister enemy. Why? Meticulous German recordkeeping, thousands of memoirs and reference materials, and international institutions and museums dedicated to remembering the Holocaust. Consider how film and books treat World War II history.
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I firmly believe that Holocaust Rembrance is critical and needs to include the “Other” victims. January 27 was International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a solemn remembrance of the systematic murder of six million European Jews during World War II by Nazis. … Continue reading
Do not blame Poland and Poles for the Holocaust. It’s untrue, wrong and akin to hate speech. I struggle to comprehend the vehemence of so many people to blame Poland for the Holocaust and for concentration camps built in occupied Poland by Germany. Clearly, a review of Polish history is in order. Think of Henry Zguda, and thousands like him, who were beaten, starved, or worse, in German concentration camps like Auschwitz and Buchenwald. Then imagine someone telling Henry Zguda to his face he hadn’t suffered as much as others, and most of Poland collaborated with the Germans. That Poland should pay for its role in the Holocaust. It happened. And he never forgot it. Such is the seemingly worldwide insistence and conviction to blame Poland for the Holocaust, including the government of Israel. Consider the following.
Passover greetings to my Jewish friends and may you have a blessed Seder feast. The Jewish Passover celebrates the time God brought the Jews out of slavery in Egypt, as described in the book of Exodus in the Torah and the Christian Old Testament. The theme of release from slavery and the pursuit of freedom remains universal, poignant, and more timely than ever. Continue reading