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Holocaust Memorial Ceremony
Nagy-Kanizsa, Hungary
2004

 THE HOLOCAUST

 Never Forget: Visions of the Concentration Camps


"We must remember, we must remember the times of cruelty and suffering when in the darkest of all places, in man's world, day after day, hour after hour, the killers killed, the victims perished.

We must remember the old men and women whispering ancient prayers, and the children, we must always remember the children, frightened and forlorn, all part of a nocturnal procession walking towards the flames, rising to the highest heavens. Among those children there were future scientists, physicians, scholars, statesmen, writers, poets, philanthropists. One of them might have invented a cure for AIDS, or composed a text of such humanity that all the racists would be silenced to shame. In murdering them, the killers deprived the human family of its future. One and a half million Jewish children."
-- excerpt from Elie Wiesel's "Days of Remembrance" address, 2002.
 

   Visions of Auschwitz (Oswiecim) 2005
   Visions of Dachau 2002
   Visions of Majdanek 2004
   Visions of Theresienstadt (Terezin) 2006
   Visions of Treblinka 2005
   Visions of Struthof 2007
   Visions of Drancy 2007
   Visions of Le Camp des Milles
  
   Directory of Concentration Camps

 

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