Monday, October 05, 2009

Last survivor of Warsaw ghetto uprising dies

No witness remains.

"We knew perfectly well that we had no chance of winning," he recalled. "We fought simply not to allow the Germans alone to pick the time and place of our deaths. We knew we were going to die. Just like all the others who were sent to Treblinka."


Only anti-semitism remains.

3 comments:

Jack said...

As long as we remember and discuss it, than it won't be forgotten.

airforcewife said...

G_d rest his soul, and may we remember him always.

Steven Givler said...

I admire the courage that compelled them to fight on, even when they thought they had no chance of survival. Is there any of that left in the world?