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January 27, 1984 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-01-27

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38 Friday, January 21, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Some persons are
exaggerators by temper-
ament.

Family Dining

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559-1091

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• 3 Strips of Bacon or
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Volume Details Survivor's
Recollections of Holocaust

The tragic recollections of
Holocaust survivor Arnold
Shay have been
documented by Donald
Grey Browniow and John
Eleuthere du Pont in "Hell
Was My Home" (Christ-
opher).
The volume, which de-
tails Shay's arrest and con-
finement in three separate
Nazi concentration camps,
features a preface by
acclaimed Nazi hunter
Simon Wiesenthal, which
states: "The human brain
works like a filter. Were we
continuously to be re-
minded of all the tragic
events of our lives, it would
break our hearts.
"Nevertheless, we must
not wholly repress and
ignore the memories of
our past, we have to face
them, and especially help
future generations to
draw a lesson from our
fate.
"It was the Nazis'
strength that their crimes
were on such an incredible
scale that till today many
people simply will not be-
lieve their full extent.
Neo-Nazis and other
right-wing extremists find

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believers for their lies
among those who cannot ac-
cept that men have done
such things to fellow human
beings.
"The memoirs of Arnold
Shay, and many more like
them, are therefore needed
to prevent the Nazi horrors
from being forgotten. Only
remembrance can prevent a
recurrence."
The authors describe in
vivid details the physical
and psychological environ-
ment of Auschwitz,
Oranienberg and Dachau,
the three camps which
housed Shay for nearly five
years during World War II.
In addition, Shay gives a
full account of his life in
pre-war Poland and the
forced evacuation to the Be-
dzin ghetto.
The 149-page book con-
tains dozens of photo-
graphs and illustrations.
A collection of anti-
Semitic cartoons from
Julius Streicher's "Der
Sturmer" is among those
presented.
Donald Grey Browniow is
a member of the American
Historical Association,
teaches at Pennsylvania
State University and is the
author of several historical
volumes. John Eleuthere du
Pont is the chairman of the
board of the Delaware
Museum of Natural His-
tory. He has contributed to a
number of scholarly publi-
cations.

Passion Play
Revisions Urged

NEW YORK — The
president of the American
Association of Travel
Editors (AATE) has urged
West German and Euro-
pean officials to effect re-
visions suggested by the
Anti-Defamation League of
Bnai Brith (ADL) in this
year's Oberammergau Pas-
sion Play in order to remove
its anti-Jewish content.
Jurgen Hartmann, head
of the travel journalists'
group, whose members have
a combined 40 million
readers on two continents,
expressed his concern
about the Passion Play's
anti-Judaism in letters to
Frank Hofmann, mayor of
the Bavarian village where
the 350th anniversary
production is to be staged
this year; West German
Chancellor Helmut Kohl;
the director general of the
German Tourist Board, and
the chairman of the Euro-
pean Travel Commission.

Actress to Lead
Bonds' Unit

NEW YORK — Actress
Liv Ulmann has accepted
the presidency of the Sabra
Society, the leading honor
group in the Israel Bond
Organization's New Lead-
ership Division, and will re-
ceive the Israel Cultural
Award at the division's
dinner and dance in New
York on Feb. 12. She is the
first non-Jew to be named
president of the Sabra
Society.

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