From the survivor of ten Nazi concentration camps who went on to create New England Holocaust Memorial, a “devastating…inspirational” memoir (The Today Show) about finding strength in face despair. On August 14, 2017, two days after white-supremacist activist rammed his car into group anti-Fascist protestors, killing one and injuring nineteen, Memorial was vandalized for second time as many months. At base its fifty-four-foot glass towers lay pile shards. For Steve Ross, image called mind Kristallnacht, Night Broken Glass which German authorities ransacked Jewish-owned buildings with sledgehammers. Ross eight years old when Nazis invaded Polish village, forcing family flee. He spent next six day-to-day struggle survive notorious he imprisoned, Auschwitz-Birkenau Dachau among them. When finally liberated, no longer knew how was, literally starving death, everyone except brother had been killed. learned darkest experiences–by observing enduring inconceivable cruelty well by receiving compassion from caring fellow prisoners–the human capacity rise above even bleakest circumstances. decided devote himself underprivileged youth, aiming ensure that despite obstacles their lives they would never experience suffering like had. Over course nearly forty-year career psychologist working Boston city schools, exactly what did. end career, spearheaded creation site millions people including young students visit every year. Equal parts heartrending, brutal, inspiring, is story man survived unimaginable helped lead new generation forge more compassionate world.
Reproduction of the original: The Lady Lynn by Walter Besant
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