Commitment to the dead: one woman's journey toward understanding
To help herself understand the circumstances that precipitated the Holocaust, Waterford teamed with a former high-ranking Hitler Youth member to lecture and teach high school and college students about the horrors of anti-Semitism, racism, and prejudice.
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Waterford, a Holocaust survivor who lectures about her experiences during World War II, has written a moving testament both to her will to survive and to her determination to live a life without ... Read full review
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