The Last Holocaust Survivors

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Since I was eight years old, I have studied the Holocaust.

My introduction began when I was in third grade and my teacher announced to the class that the mini-series The Holocaust was on TV. Always interested in pleasing my teacher, I went home and watched it.

I had nightmares for days after watching the mini-series. In those scary dreams I saw my parents wrapped in cellophane and taken…

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Helping people through career trauma. Sharing thoughts on kindness, health, parenting, and politics too. Author of the ebook Reject Revolution. Be well.

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Ree Jackson

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Helping people through career trauma. Sharing thoughts on kindness, health, parenting, and politics too. Author of the ebook Reject Revolution. Be well.

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