It's a story that brings together an unlikely group: a 12-year-old escaping Nazi-occupied Germany in 1938, and eighth graders in suburban Naperville, ...
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Louis de Wind, a Dutch Jew, then quickly puts the two-page letter into an envelope, addresses it to his wife and, through a slit in the door of the train, pushes the letter out of the wagon, hoping that someone will find it.
By Ken Garfield
Religion News Service
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (RNS) A new voice is rising up to say "Never Again."
In the language of the Holocaust, they ar...
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