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We Must Pass the Torch of Holocaust Remembrance

This is the Holocaust survivors’ final decade: there is a burden on all of us to use this precious time to learn everything we can from them and to formulate a way to ensure that the Holocaust will never be forgotten.

One of the fundamental tenets of Holocaust education has always been the power of personal testimony; the idea that the personal story of just one Holocaust survivor can educate thousands on the untold horrors that…

  • Eitan Neishlos
  • The National Interest

Yet while the power of personal testimony is undiminished, the practicalities of it are becoming harder each year.

Today, just 400,000 Holocaust survivors are still alive; nearly 80 percent over the age of eighty.

It is sad to say, but…

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