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February 03, 1995 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-03

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he never forgets the individuals
behind his work.
"It's impossible to do this with-
out developing an attachment (to
those who died in the Holocaust),"
he says. "Sometimes it's person-
al, sometimes it's abstract — the
whole struggle between good and
evil."
It's more than that, Mr. Rosen-
baum adds. "Mike is passionate-
ly devoted to these cases." He
not only knows the history, he
has a profound grasp on what it
means that millions of men,
women and children perished at
the hands of the Nazis. "He has
seen it, heard it and he knows
what it means."

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perintendent and director of the
office of enrichment and commu-
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Department of Education, stud-
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Manchester, England, and Nige-

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