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In the aftermath of World War II and the unlocking of the gates of Auschwitz…survivors like Bella and Werner faced the difficult journey of rebuilding their lives.
Meanwhile, the international community was confronted with the question of how the world would respond to these crimes against humanity.
Raphael Lemkin, a Polish Jew who had himself escaped Nazi murder, finding a haven in the United States, wanted to name that crime….and crimes that had come before it.
It would be the rare term that carried in it society’s revulsion and indignation;
but also a sense of responsibility and a call to action.
The word he settled on was genocide.
He believed that the concept of a “A Master Race” must be replaced by a “Master Morality.”
In November 1945, the Nuremberg Trials began.
They held select Nazis accountable and helped to rally the world against ever repeating such acts.
And yet despite all efforts to do so, the phrase, “Never Again” too often falls on deaf ears.
Those who survive teach us about the resilience of the human spirit.
They also remind us of the importance of standing up to make a difference.
And as these Holocaust survivors age it falls on the next generations to bear witness.
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