Blog Posts - The Final Solution



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

Night of Nazi Terror

The sound of shattering glass was the siren signaling the end for millions of Jews in Europe, but many ignored it. Too many dismissed it as a single act of terror by a bunch of German thugs and brown-shirted misfits. But Kristallnacht was a sort of...
by Never Again! on Nov 9, 2009

Dachau (Konzentrationslager Dachau): An Overview

“May the example of those who were exterminated here between 1933-1945 because they resisted Nazism help to unite the living for the defense of peace and freedom and in respect for their fellow men” – inscription on a memorial at Dachau Today a...
by Never Again! on Nov 1, 2009

La Grande Rafle (The Great Roundup) of 1942

In July 1942, arrests of foreign Jews in France began simultaneously in the Occupied and Unoccupied Zones (see map below). After railcars were freed up by the Wermacht in the East, convoys began departing France every other day. “The initial plan c...
by Never Again! on Oct 27, 2009

Koidanov Massacre and One Survivor’s Remarkable Tale

On this day 68 years ago, Alex Kurzem‘s mother, sister and brother were brutally murdered by the Nazis on the outskirts of their village in Belorussia. In fact, approximately 1,600 Jews were murdered and buried in mass graves in Koidanov, outsi...
by Never Again! on Oct 21, 2009

Survivor Profile: Alter Wiener

Alter Wiener was born 1926 in Chrzanów, Poland, to a vibrant and very religious family. He lost his mother when he just four years old. “I do not remember her face,” he says remorsefully. His father remarried and Alter recalls, “My stepmother...
by Never Again! on Oct 19, 2009


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