Survivor fears world losing knowledge of Holocaust

By RAY WADDLE

Opinion

The face of Elie Wiesel, the world’s most famous Holocaust survivor, speaks to the contradictions of human life.

Weariness peers out from those eyes, but so does kindness. Sadness, but also hope. I remember a public visit to Nashville, in 1999, when he spoke to a packed War Memorial Auditorium about hope and despair, his anger at God, yet his refusal to blame God.

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