Wed. Jun 7th, 2023

The photos in the true photo album depicting the Nazi murderers at the world’s biggest cemetery is sickening. The sequence of events that designed the album was ordinary, but the topic is grotesque. The “Final Solution” was a government agenda carried out ruthlessly on an industrial scale. The notion that these monsters are relaxing in the bucolic countryside on their days off is revolting. It was just a break from an additional day at the workplace.

The play Mr. Marks reviewed, “Here There Are Blueberries,” highlights the important part of the researchers at the museum. They are preserving the memories of the six million victims to rebut Holocaust deniers. The discomfort involved in viewing this grotesque group is equivalent to viewing Auschwitz itself. Genocide is horrifically incorrect. The ordinary humans who became mass murderers require to have a location in the collection as a warning to the globe. Hatred unchecked leads to Auschwitz after that train leaves the station.

Steven A. Ludsin, East Hampton, N.Y.

The writer was a member of the President’s Commission on the Holocaust and the 1st U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, which designed the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

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