The story of Eva Braun scares the daylight out of me. You see, I’ve never been terribly good at telling the difference between “someone who is good” and “someone who is nice to me.” There are tricks you can use – like watching how someone treats a waiter, this is the best test I can think of – but I’ve never considered it as out of the question that I might be able to fall in love with someone really terrible. Like, say, a Nazi. Like Adolf Hitler, for instance. More
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This video takes place at Auschwitz, which isn’t usually the place you think of as the setting for a quality viral video. But it features three generations of a family, including their Holocaust-survivor grandfather, dancing to Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will … More
Facebook has many uses: you can reconnect with (or cyberstalk) old friends, tag photos, or fan a favorite celebrity. But now there’s another, somewhat more macabre, component to Facebook: Holocaust remembrance. A Facebook fan page for Anne Frank has more … More
Maybe it’s a personal thing, but looking at a bag inspired by Elie Wiesel’s book Night doesn’t make me feel fashionable, it just makes me feel uncomfortable. What next, Anne Frank silkscreened T-shirts? Never again. [Via Purple Magazine]