“The Nature of Survivorship” in the Jewish Ledger

By - Hanna Perlstein Marcus
May 20, 2019

In a letter to the CT Jewish Ledger, Hanna wrote a moving account of how people tend to forget the human experience of war when the survivors are no longer alive to relate their stories of loss, barbarism and terror to new generations. In a diplomatic response to a Holocaust denier, Hanna expressed her emotions in the Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day) issue about “The Nature of Survivorship.”

“The more time that elapses from the end of war, the less we remember about the gruesome events that contributed to it and the victims of its cruelty”…Read more 


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