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Haunted by his time at Treblinka, he spent the rest of his life educating people about the Holocaust in various ways. Beginning in the s, Willenberg accompanied youth groups from Israel to Poland; he also lectured extensively in Poland, Germany and the United States, as well as Israel. Samuel Willenberg with his statue, father helping his son take off his shoes before entering the gas chambers at Treblinka.
Late in his life, Willenberg began sculpting in bronze, using his artistic work to express the horrific realities of his wartime experience. It stays in my head. It goes with me always. It is a powerful song of resistance and has been the hymn of Holocaust survivors for generations. It is now being sung in different languages, even in one of the Australian Aboriginal languages — Noongar. For more information see the following link:. By opening the door and allowing us to see into the life of Lena Goldstein, Barbara Miller has actually allowed us to gaze upon a whole generation of Holocaust victims, those that perished at the hands of the Nazis and those that survived.
This book is a tribute to human resilience. Lena Goldstein, like so many others, demonstrated that the human spirit can rise to a point of being unconquerable. We must all learn from this book. In this book, Barbara Miller has reinforced this lesson with passion and power through a terrifying account of the atrocities suffered by Lena Goldstein and millions of others during the Holocaust. This book deserves to play a part in shaping human behavior into the future. If the killers could kill freely, it was only because the Allies were not informed.
If only Roosevelt knew. If only Churchill knew. If only the Pope knew. If only they knew…. The victims steadfastly believed that when they knew, the situation would change immediately. They were wrong, people knew and remained silent. People knew and did nothing.
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