A REALLY GOOD YARN!!!! i HOPE TO FIND IT IN THE LIBRARY.
by Caroline Moorehead
I don’t really remember when I first learned about World War II. Probably very early in childhood, since I grew up with a grandfather who often told stories of his time in “The War.”
I also don’t really remember when I first learned about the Holocaust, but I remember being well aware of it by the time I was in junior high.
That was when I read Anne Frank’s diary, which honestly didn’t have much of an impact on me. But Elie Wiesel’s Night, which I read in high school, affected me deeply. So did a trip to a Holocaust lecture series at a local university. I still remember, with crystal clarity, attending a survivors’ panel where a white-haired man slowly rolled up his shirt sleeve to…
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