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November 28, 1986 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-28

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To remember
is not enough.



We

must learn..

To remember is to see the stricken
faces, the empty eyes and hollow
cheeks, the haggard masses of
humanity streaming toward certain
death.

To remember is to relive their
terror. To explore the dark night
into which .millions of our fathers,
mothers, and brothers disappeared.
To remember is to revive the
unspeakable horror that was The
Holocaust.

And to remember is not enough.

So The Holocaust Memorial
Center strives to be more than a
memorial to the dead. It becomes a
message to the living.

The Center provides a legacy.
A warning. An illumination of a
fearsome past designed to serve as a
safeguard to a free and open future.

Through a powerful combination
of display, authentic film footage,
historical relics, extensive archives,
and taped testimonials of Holocaust
survivors, The Center documents
the systematic destruction by Nazi
Germany of a spiritually rich, vital
culture.

Support The Holocaust Memorial
Center. Become a contributing
member. If you are a Jew, there is .
no stronger way to express unity
with those who perished; no better
way to protect your heritage. Call
(313) 661-0840.

And it does more.

Education is our most powerful
weapon.

To remember is not enough. We must learn.

The Holocaust Memorial Center • 6602 W. Maple Rd. • West Bloomfield, MI 48033

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