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Patricia Sullivan

The obit we ran today of Eddie Willner is the sort of story that makes even non-Jews vow "Never again." He was an amazing man and his willingness to recount a terrible moment in history serves all of society. I've used the website affiliated with the U.S. Holocaust Museum from time to time when Holocaust survivors died; many have recorded their testimonies there, as well as at the Shoah Foundation. If you haven't seen these sites, they're worth your time.

By Patricia Sullivan |  April 8, 2008; 1:24 PM ET  | Category:  Patricia Sullivan
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I am pretty sure that it is not just Jews who say "Never again" with reference to the Holocaust. Unfortunately, we have not done very well on that promise.

Posted by: Fairfax | April 8, 2008 5:19 PM

You're probably right, although I associate the vow with Holocaust survivors. We haven't done well with preventing genocide since then, either; that's why these reminders are so important.

Posted by: Pat Sullivan | April 9, 2008 11:52 AM

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