The story of Emilie Schindler, an inspiring evidence of human nobility. She was not only a strong woman working alongside her husband Oskar Schindler but a heroine in her own right. She worked indefatigably to save 1300 Schindler-Jews.
Book about some similarities between our treatment of animals and the way the Nazis treated their victims. The title of the book--dedicated to the memory of the Yiddish writer and Nobel Laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer (1904-91)--is from one of his stories: "In relation to them, all people are Nazis; for the animals it is an eternal Treblinka."
Rather than dwelling on the horrors of the past, The Tampa Bay Holocaust Museum concentrates on the present - reaching out to individuals in the community and to students in the classrooms uninformed about the Holocaust and those who fail to grasp its magnitude and implications. This tragic era in human history provides the opportunity to study and challenge the impact of bigotry, prejudice, hatred, and indifference