To Hell and Back
Harold Gordon wrote about the death camps to remember and forget.
Thursday, January 13, 1994
Imagine a world where the government walls off your neighborhood and travel to the outside isn't allowed, a world where men in uniforms are free to call families out of their homes in their nightclothes and randomly mow them down with machine guns, a world where a child of 13 can see the flames of a crematorium and breathe the smoke of burning human flesh.
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