An invincible summer: Saving lives at Auschwitz and Belsen

My mother recalled her final moments with her son, my brother, in Auschwitz. As he and his father were separated from her, the 5 1/2 year old boy turned to his mother and asked: ‘Mommy, are we going to live or die?’ She didn’t answer that question, but she found it within herself to save many others…

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  • It’s a wonder how people survived this at all and still remained human at the end of it.

    • Just a thought

      And yet, many did. Truly amazing. Kind of puts the lie to Muslims whining about going on jihad is the fault of someone looking at them funny.

      • The Holocaust survivors made something of their fractured lives.

        And the Palestinians (for example)?

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    Interesting article from CNN, of all places…
    http://edition.cnn.com/2015/01/26/world/nazi-death-camps/index.html