April 24, 2007

They are the faces of men and women who witnessed the unthinkable, the genocidal murder of their parents, siblings, relatives and other members of the European Jewish community by Adolf Hitler and his German soldiers.
But they all survived – through luck, bravery or the courage of others who hid them from their would-be murderers. And their survival has meant that what they witnessed – the barbarous brutality of the Nazis during World War II – cannot be hidden, obfuscated or denied by anti-Semites and apologists.