I would like to feature some poignant articles marking Yom HaShoah.
What is the difference between Holocaust Memorial Day and Yom Hashoah? While both are days to mourn the loss of those killed in the Holocaust, Yom Hashoah is specifically a day for the Jewish community to reflect on what was done to their people. An important theme is also educating future generations on the millions of people who were murdered by the Nazis, to ensure that today’s children know the magnitude and horror of what happened.
Prince Charles made a remarkably statesman-like speech
Elder of Ziyon posted a thought-provoking and chilling piece:
The Mass Extermination of Jews in German Occupied Poland, published December 1942, ignored by the world
The Mass Extermination of Jews in German Occupied Poland was published by the Polish government-in-exile in December 1942 and sent to the foreign ministers of the 26 government signatories of the Declaration by United Nations.
BBC Watch presented a film about Shimon Greenhouse - the resilience of such people completely bowls one over.
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