« In my “work of remembrance” I put all my effort, as we all should, into young people. To show them the horrors they could be lead to, as many of their forebears were. To show what happens when there is inaction in the face of injustice, exclusion and barbarity. In this ‘“work of remembrance” we must also remind young people that the executioners were ordinary people, just like any of us. So, we must be vigilant as to how we respond to others, so we do not in turn become their executioners. » 


Auschwitz, Buna-Monowitz camp – The Death March and Liberation

"When we left in the mornings, you didn’t ever want to be in the row on the left. Because that’s where the work chief would be and he’d beat us as he counted us walking by. On the other side of the rows of men there was an orchestra. That appalling thing was particularly terrible for someone like me who loves music."