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September 09, 1983 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-09-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, September 9, 1983 99

5743: Fifty Years Since the Nazis Came to Power

By EVA BASNIZKY

Wolrd Zionist Press Service

May the

New Year

Bring Health,

Peace and

Happiness to all

our friends,

relatives

and the entire

community

JOHN, EVA, ROBERT
and ANDREA MAMES

JERUSALEM — It has
been a year of remembering
for the Jews in Israel and
abroad, commemorating
historical events which had
a dreadful impact on many
of their lives.
With the Hitler regime
coming to power on Jan. 30,
1933, a road of incompar-
able suffering began for the
European Jews, exceeding
all sorrows of the past, with
the atrocities leaving few
families unaffected.
Never in history had in-
sanity been practiced with
such efficiency and dedica-
tion. Never before did so
many willingly follow their
brutal and bloodthirsty
'leader.

Another event which
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ago was the book-
burning during the night
of May 10-11, 1933 in
Germany. This appar-
ently minor occurrence
nevertheless signaled in
those huge fires the end
of free speech in Ger-
many. It became the
starting point of what has
been termed "education
towards death." Jews
were intimidated and
persecuted.

Those who recognized the
writing on the wall left
early, many for Eretz Yis-
rael. Others thought Hitler
a passing evil and decided to
sit it out, realizing their
fatal mistake only when it
was much too late.
With the conquest of most
of Europe in World War II,
Hitler's henchmen set out to
implement the "final solu-
tion." Poland became the
main collection and exter-
mination ground. There-
fore, for many of the partici-
pants in the recent official
delegation from Israel and
abroad which travelled to
Warsaw in order to pay
tribute to the Jewish upris-
ing in the Warsaw Ghetto
40 years ago, this was a
journey into a dreadful past.
It also meant remember-
ing and honoring the brave
acts, against unbelievable
odds, of the ghetto fighters,
who took up arms and died
not in the hope of victory but
in the conviction that armed
revolt against the Nazds

symbolized the Jewish de-
termination to fight back
whatever the cost.

An outstanding exam-
ple of resistance in the
Warsaw Ghetto are the
Emanuel Ringelblum
Underground Archives,
in which the historian
and member of the un-
derground faithfully re-
corded events, docu-
ments and material lead-

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Our best wishes for a year

of abundance, peace

5744

and prosperity

grand action was completed
at 8:15 p.m. The total pro-
ven number of captured and
liquidated Jews: 56,065."
Even that did not include, in
his own words, those who
perished in the bunkers and
sewers.

MORRIS ,

and

SYLVIA
BOBROFF

WISH THEIR
FRIENDS & RELATIVES
A HAPPY & HEALTHY

NEW
YEAR

ing to the actual revolt.
Parts of it were found in
the ruins of the ghetto
after the war.
Ringelblum himself was
captured by the Nazis in
March 1944 and shot, to-
gether with some Polish
friends.

As a counterpart we have
the Stroop Report, used as
evidence at the Nuremberg
Trials, kept by SS Com-
mander Stroop, who was in
charge of the total liquida-

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tion of the Warsaw Ghetto.
In daily reports to his
superior from April 29 to
May 16, 1943, he expresses
anger and surprise at the
stubborn armed Jewish re-
sistance.
He notes in his final page:
"180 Jews, bandits and sub-
humans have been de-
stroyed. The Jewish resi-
dential quarter in Warsaw
has ceased to exist. The

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Wishing the Community
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Reasons Cited
for Kol Nidrei
Proclamation

By RABBI SAMUEL FOX

NEW YEAR

Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.

Before the Kol Nidrei is
recited on the eve of Yom
Kippur a judicial declara-
tion is pronounced which
gives permission to include
any sinners into the group
which is praying in the
synagogue on Yom Kippur
night.
Such a proclamation re-
quires a Beth Din (rabbini-
cal court of three). The can-
tor and the two others make
up the three.
The Torahs are used be-
cause the proclamation in-
volves the whole commu-
nity. Furthermore, since we
have no temple in
Jerusalem now (which was
the temple of the entire
Jewish community) the two
Torahs stand for the holi-
ness of the original Temple.

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