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... and people could freely cross - but just for that one day.
Both sides of the pretty narrow river are lined with a park, and some cafes and shops, so when you were on one side of the river, you could see communist secured Chez Republic (then Czechoslovakia) and on the other side, you could see communist secured Poland.
I imagine that there were lots of stories of attempted crossings between each place, and I am sure that no one on either side ...
... who perished is to call on each other to do what the survivors have already done, to remember and to never forget.”
Ron Lauder’s speech, towards the end of the program, was the first real surprise in today’s commemoration. Lauder began, "I'm here simply as a Jew... If I had been born in Hungary in 1944 instead of New York would I have lived? The answer is no, I would have died like the 460,000 Hungarian Jews who died here in ...
... Conservative rhetoric, it turned these otherwise lovely people into monsters. Today we see Greece's youth unemployment approaching 60 percent and we can already begin to see the rise of the Golden Dawn party. It's easy for us with our government healthcare, unemployment benefits and steady employment to think that us Australians (or Americans, or Europeans or whatever) are somehow better than that - we could never commit those crimes. But as a population ...
... but also courage. Walking along the tracks within Birkenau there were handmade plaques from every march participant to represent the reason they were walking. It was so interesting to see who and what drove their desire to be apart of the march. On my plaque I wrote the names of all our survivors families to honor the respect I have for them and the respect I have for their stories. What I then witnessed was truly remarkable. ...
... words, he called Walesa a Soviet spy. He said he was once good for Poland, but became corrupt.