Blogburst: Holocaust Testimonies

I’m participating in the January 27 Blogburst on the theme “Remembering the Wannsee Conference and the Liberation of Auschwitz.”

Polls, such as this one about Canadians and this one about Britons (I could not find a recent one about Americans, but am under no illusions that I would like its results), show scandalously high levels of ignorance about the Holocaust, anti-Semitism, and the multiple genocides that have occurred within the lifetimes of people living today.

My contribution to the Blogburst is to recommend this link to the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation. You can use the viewer at this site to watch short excerpts of personal testimonies from people who survived the Holocaust.

See and hear what these survivors experienced, in their own words, and remember, chillingly, that most of those touched by the Holocaust did not survive.

If you don’t do it today, bookmark the page, and do it on another day.

I also am publishing a list of other Blogburst participants, each of whom has committed to posting or linking to material on this topic today. I hope readers will consider visiting the websites of some of the other participants.

Other Blogburst participants include:

You can learn more about the Blogburst project, including how to become a participant in future Blogbursts, here.

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