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Thank you Miranda and Fred. How I wish I had been in CT instead of slugging through my PhD in New York at the time of this lecture series. My education of the Holocaust began sitting beside my uncle Timothy. As a chaplain, he had been selected to help document the atrocities committed against Jews as the death camps were opened at the end of WW2. He felt it his duty to tell not only me, my family, but countless others of the horrors he had seen and suffered. “Never forget,” he would say, “never forget.”

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