Born in the Inferno

Angela Orosz was born in December 1944, one of two babies who survived in Auschwitz. In this letter, she highlights the perils of not learning history’s lessons.

March 21, 2018 21:34
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ANGELA OROSZ guiding during the March of the Living

ANGELA OROSZ guiding during the March of the Living. (photo credit: MARGOT VINER)


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My children have always rolled their eyes when I told them that the Holocaust could happen again. Nevertheless, today, more than ever before, I am convinced that it can happen again.

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