Yad Vashem: A beacon of hope

A moving visit to Jerusalem’s famous Holocaust museum.

February 6, 2019 13:14
Yad Vashem: A beacon of hope

From ‘the Children of the Holocaust: Stars Without a Heaven’ exhibition at Yad Vashem highlighting the 1.5 million children murdered in the Holocaust and the few who survived. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)


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I have a confession to make; something I am not at all proud of. For much of the last 21 years I have lived in Israel and spent many hundreds of hours researching, visiting the Baltic states, then writing about certain events that took place during the Holocaust, in particular the dreadful toll it took on my extended family; but until very recently I had never visited Yad Vashem –the World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem.


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