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Jewish State under Attack

Terror groups, many Israeli Arabs have same aim; eliminating Israel as Jewish state.Yonatan SilvermanThe 1930s were particularly fruitful immigration years for Jewish Palestine. Jewish immigration also peaked in 1935, just months before Palestinian A...
by Speedy's Media on Jun 20, 2011

Rachel Sarai’s Vineyard – Death of a “hidden” child

When you think of the “hidden children of the Holocaust,” the images those words conjure are probably Jewish kids on a freedom-bound train or hidden in a small space in someone’s attic. Rachel Sarai was a very German-looking Jewish child hidden...
by Never Again! on Jan 14, 2010

Rachel Sarai’s Vineyard – Death of a “hidden” child

When you think of the “hidden children of the Holocaust,” the images those words conjure are probably Jewish kids on a freedom-bound train or hidden in a small space in someone’s attic. Rachel Sarai was a very German-looking Jewish child hidden...
by Never Again! on Jan 14, 2010

Interview with R. Gabriele Silten

I had the distinct pleasure of meeting Holocaust survivor Gabriele Silten through the Remember_The_Holocaust group moderated by Fred Kahn. She immediately sent me copies of her written work (see titles list below), including her autobiography Between...
by Never Again! on Nov 17, 2009

Interview with R. Gabriele Silten

I had the distinct pleasure of meeting Holocaust survivor Gabriele Silten through the Remember_The_Holocaust group moderated by Fred Kahn. She immediately sent me copies of her written work (see titles list below), including her autobiography Between...
by Never Again! on Nov 17, 2009

Survivor Profile: Fred Kahn

Fred began life in December 1932, in Wiesbaden, shortly before Hitler became Chancellor of Germany in January 1933. “My parents left Germany to escape the Nazis shortly after my birth to seek refuge in Belgium, thinking they would return soon.
by Never Again! on Oct 10, 2009

Czechoslovakia’s Jews & the Munich Conference

By September 1938, Hitler had already been welcomed with open arms by the Austrian government. He wanted to seize control of Czechoslovakia, too, but was shrewd enough to know that Western European powers, namely France and Great Britain, would not...
by Never Again! on Oct 7, 2009

Plight of the Polish Jew, 1939

Gone now are those little towns where the shoemaker was a poet, The watchmaker a philosopher, the barber a troubadour.  Gone now are those little towns where the wind joined Biblical songs with Polish tunes and Slavic rue, Where old Jews in orchard...
by Never Again! on Oct 5, 2009

30 Days of Shoah Remembrance

Never Again! wishes to thank the people all over the world, from Lithuania to Louisiana, who have visited the blog, commented and/or e-mailed. In just one month, we’ve welcomed more than 1,260 visits to the site. That lets us know that we are m...
by Never Again! on Sep 30, 2009

Holocaust Encroaches Kovno, Lithuania

In his book The Origins of the Final Solution, Christopher Browning says “plans for the Vernichtungskrieg [that is War of Destruction] entailed the death of millions of people in the Soviet Union. In such an environment of mass death, clearly Sovie...
by Never Again! on Sep 26, 2009

“The stoppage of all tears”

A Polish Jew from Bransk, interviewed by Eva Hoffman for her book Shtetl, remembers a young Jewish refugee from the Warsaw ghetto who had lost his father. “How come he don’t cry?,” asks Jack Rubin, to which Ms. Hoffman replies, “there is a ce...
by Never Again! on Sep 24, 2009

One Austrian Jew Escapes Certain Death at Sachsenhausen

Walter A. Singer’s story is told at the Cohen Center for Holocaust Studies (Keene State College, New Hampshire). Here is an excerpt: According to Singer, Austrian Jews were aware of their danger long before German Jews. They sailed on a small,...
by Never Again! on Sep 18, 2009


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