Forty-six Holocaust survivors who rebuilt their lives in the United States, Canada, Israel, Australia, England, and Germany discuss the hardships, triumphs, courage, personal reflections, prayers, and growth.
Who are the survivors of the Holocaust? They are people just like you-withhearts, minds, families, and dreams-who got caught in a torrent of hatred and discrimination that Germany's Nazi regime instigated between 1933 and 1945. They experienced some of the worst atrocities known to mankind during one of the darkest periods in history. But the 46 featured survivors,whorebuilt their lives in the United States, Canada, Israel, Australia, England, and Germany, remained resilient and refused to be silenced. Now you can attain a first-hand glimpse into these survivors' hardships, triumphs, courage, personal reflections, prayers, and growth through their bios and 70 writings revealing the depths of what came through them as they sought to make sense of their inner and outer worlds, amidst the chaos that ensued and as they went on to rediscover their place in the world. (P) The Holocaust touched all of humanity. Along with six million Jews, millions of men, women, and children of other backgrounds and religions were also murdered. Readers are urged to consider what makes anyone worthy of such treatment and then look beyond the Holocaust to the various acts ofdiscrimination and violence that have occurred across the globe since thattime. This is a wake-up call for people to create positive shifts in themselves and the world around them so that future generations can discover the true meaning of "Never Again".