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Holocaust Remembrance Day: A Cruise and a Camp  
  Holocaust Remembrance Day: A Cruise and a Camp  
 
By Yehudit Channen
Update date: 4/24/2020, 12:02
 
HOLOCAUST DAY is 21-Apr. If the guard was especially cruel, he won a visit to the camp brothel, made up of women inmates who were given more food...  


The Brit  
  The Brit  
 
By Debbie Shapiro
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
"In your blood you shall live." How very appropriate these words seemed to Perele when they were recited at her son's brit. Would she and her child live...  


Kaddish  
  Kaddish  
 
By Alexander Kimel
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
I often think of Chana, Tonka, Rachel. How did they die? Were they scared or resigned? Did they know that at the end of the journey, two hours after...  


Good Morning Herr Mueller  
  Good Morning Herr Mueller  
 
By Yaffa Eliach
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
"Good morning, Herr Rabbiner!" responded a human voice beneath the S.S. cap adorned with skull and bones. "What are you doing here?" A faint smile...  


Say Seventeen!  
  Say Seventeen!  
 
By Yehonatan Easton
Update date: 7/17/2020, 15:04
 
After four days without food and water, the alcohol hit him fast and hard. He felt warm and strong; he stood up straight and looked the murderer Mengele right in the face…  


Through Auschwitz, Never Angry  
  Through Auschwitz, Never Angry  
 
By Yehonatan Easton
Update date: 7/17/2020, 15:03
 
Few are familiar with the unsung heroes of the Holocaust, such as Rabbi Yisroel David Noviner of saintly and blessed memory, who never lost his temper even once in Auschwitz…  


Out of the Ashes  
  Out of the Ashes  
 
By Natalie Kovan
Update date: 6/19/2020, 13:28
 
In the aftermath of horrible destruction, HaShem is setting the foundation for the future, just like a seed that rots before it germinates and grows into a mighty tree…  


The Kittel - Yom Kippur 1945  
  The Kittel - Yom Kippur 1945  
 
By Simon Jacobson
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
What more can be said? Yet, as another Rebbe once expressed himself: “It difficult to speak, but it’s more difficult to remain silent.”  


Yom Kippur Disguise  
  Yom Kippur Disguise  
 
By Moshe Prager
Publish date: 12/25/2007, 19:42
 
"Father," the Nazi said to the priest as he came in, I came to enlist your help in an urgent matter. Tomorrow is the Day of Atonement for Jews. I must find...  


Overcoming the Gas Chambers  
  Overcoming the Gas Chambers  
 
By Rabbi Dovid Silber
Update date: 4/16/2015, 12:16
 
The youngsters disregarded the Nazi's threats and continued their singing and dancing with added fervor...  


Simchat Torah in Mehldorf  
  Simchat Torah in Mehldorf  
 
By Matisyahu Wolfberg
Update date: 5/7/2019, 12:28
 
Finally, they found him. A rickety stool stood in the center of the room. On top of the stool were the torn remnants of a gemara. The Rebbe, his face...  


Only Mine...  
  Only Mine...  
 
By Rabbi Yerachmiel Tilles
Update date: 7/24/2020, 09:03
 
His face was white, bloodless. Hope had been crushed into bleak despair. He felt that the rapid shift from extreme to extreme threatened his sanity...  


The Candle of God is the Soul of Man  
  The Candle of God is the Soul of Man  
 
By Libi Astaire
Update date: 7/21/2020, 08:43
 
There were no eager, last minute preparations for the coming Chanukah holiday that day in Bergen Belsen. Instead, the starving and sick Jews waited...  


Mechel The Provider  
  Mechel The Provider  
 
By Aaron Hish
Update date: 2/25/2020, 13:25
 
Mechel becomes the star in a scene borrowed from the Pied Piper. Children are attracted to the unnatural sounds emanating from his barrel-chest and are transfixed..  


In The Merit of a Mitzvah  
  In The Merit of a Mitzvah  
 
By Our Readers
Update date: 2/25/2020, 13:26
 
As I ran through the forest, I feared meeting my killer behind every tree and past every bend. Still I ran, knowing that I was the unfortunate boy’s only chance to...  


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