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ARTISTS OF THE HOLOCAUST: EXHIBITION & JOURNEY

"This Presentation is Dedicated to Ruth Stern a camp survivor and long-time personal friend, who lost all her family and relatives, fortytwo in all, in the camps, and to the memory of so many millions that fell in the Shoah."

Blest Be Your Memory, Blest Be Your Name!

- Don Noyes-More, Editor in Chief

Pearl Hirshfield, Artist Photographer
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MUSIC: Jewish (Yiddish) Traditional

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"...If we were not an eternal people before, we are an eternal people after the Holocaust, in both its very positive and very negative sense. We have not only survived, we have revived ourselves. In a very real way, we have won. We were victorious. But in a very real way, we have lost. We'll never recover what was lost. We can't even assess what was lost. Who knows what beauty and grandeur six million could have contributed to the world? Who can measure it up? What standard do you use? How do you count it? How do you estimate it...? We lost. The world lost, whether they know it or admit it. It doesn't make any difference. And yet we won, we're going on."

- The above statement was taken from the testimony of Phillip Klostien, Death Camp Survivor

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