Last week marked the 10th International Holocaust Remembrance Day commemorated by the UN. It is also the 70th anniversary of the Auschwitz concentration camp liberation by the Soviet Union. Auschwitz was the biggest concentration camp operated by the Nazis during WWII in Southern Poland, which camp suffered the largest “death toll” of more than 1.2 million people.
Although the threat today wears a different mask, with the rise of Islamic terrorism, ISIS and the nuclear threat from Iran, a recount of history could help to thwart another world war.
My family, and its current make up, is a direct result of the …read more
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