He thrust out his arm in the direction of the staffer, displaying the number the Nazis tattooed on his arm at Auschwitz just a few inches from her face. Without making eye-contact and barely breaking stride, Pop kept walking. Understandably, the staffer barely blinked. She didn't make a move to stop him.There's more; a tribute to all who work there, who, it now appears, risk their lives every day.
Thursday, June 11, 2009
An Event At The Museum
by M. Bouffant at 01:38
Not much sap flows in our veins, but this look at the U. S. Holocaust Memorial Museum when it's not being attacked might make one mist up a bit. The author's father-in-law, an Auschwitz survivor, visiting the museum, is confronted by long lines.