the auschwitz album…

The Only Surviving Album of Auschwitz…

This is a horrible part of history that should never be forgotten!

This is the story of a Hungarian Jewish woman who survived Auschwitz.
Immediately after her liberation, she found a coat belonging to a guard,
which she took to shield herself from the cold.  In the pocket of this coat
she found a photo album.  It contained pictures of what went on in this
extermination camp.  Imagine her reaction when she saw a picture of herself
coming off of the train, as well pictures of her family, who had already
been murdered.

This album at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem was donated by this woman in 1980, and
will forever be displayed there.  When you have 5 minutes of peace and quiet
in front of your computer, watch it because it is truly moving and important…

Click on this link:  The Auschwitz Album This is something EVERYONE should see…

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2 responses to “the auschwitz album…

  1. Peggy Stewart

    Sandi as you know I am old, old, old. I can hardly accept knowing this was actually happening in my life time. It’s easier to think about slavery, children laboring in sweat shops, and people living without running water or heat or electricity. It’s like that was way before I was born.
    But right while I was going to school and home to a safe family, German kids,(looking much like me) were trying to survive in a living Hell. God forgive us for allowing it.

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  2. Ok, first of all……you are not OLD!!! Remember you are as young as you feel!! Second, Yes, isn’t this haunting? It is such a horrible thing that happened and we should never forget it, either.

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