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ART & CULTURE
| 2-minute read
Daily Recco, February 22: The Choice, between horror and hope
The Choice by Dr Edith Eva Eger is a horrifying account of her days in the Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Nazi Germany, which eventually leaves you with a sense of hope.
| 6-minute read
Could we please stop making Holocaust analogies?
By focussing on an 'exotic', horrible crime we are overlooking the mundane mass murders that are closer to home, and which are much more dangerous.
| 5-minute read
Life and times of Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and chronicler
His work reminds us how debased humankind can become and how resilient the humanity can turn out to be.