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This is our last day in Kraków. What a beautiful, historical and interesting city. We took a last walk through the old market square changed some money for the Czech Republic and visited an Internet cafe to scan some documents for Cameron. Then we visited St Mary's Basilica. This ...
... particularly eloquent. He urged tolerance and respect for all peoples, saying that among the greatest lessons of Auschwitz is that, "Hate is never right and love is never wrong."
Kent also spoke of holiness, which struck a chord for me. “The heroic deeds of the non-Jews who saved the lives of strangers, the righteous Gentiles who acted in this way, were truly holy. A few thousand people in the face of tens of millions, but they acted with ...
... they ended up in. Next was the goods building. Jews that were being displaced were told by the Nazis to pack essentials - primarily to hide the fact that they were being sent to their deaths - and so all of the Jewish property was then sorted and generally sent back to Germany. This building contained a room of hairbrushes. A room of spectacles. A room of luggage. A room of shoes. All this was creepy enough in and of itself. But then you get to the ...
... Two final things. Firstly, forgive my plagiarism: the Auschwitz survivor Tadeusz Borowski wrote a collection of short stories entitled "This way for the gas, Ladies and Gentlemen", in which he weaves powerful stories out of his own experiences. And secondly, a clarification. Mickey Mouse was not seen at Auschwitz, but he was in attendance at Sobibor. A child's Mickey Mouse brooch was found in archaeological digs there. Mickey always remained popular in Germany much to Goebbels' annoyance.
... the Vistula River in Krakow, he met a Polish woman named Marta, fell in love, and married her. He had packed us all lunch in a cooler (we were on tour with Kirsten, Brian and the kids) of ham and tuna sandwiches, fruit, cookies and chips, juices and waters. He was a kind man, quick to laugh and poke fun at himself and his inability to learn the polish language - even though his Polish wife is an English teacher by profession. He was also something of an ...