Prof. Alan Wolfe, a political scientist at Boston College, explores why so few Jews in the West acknowledge their good fortune, and how their relationship to their home countries and to Israel evolves as the memory of the Holocaust wanes.
Prof. Dennis Klein, a historian at Kean University in New Jersey, discusses the main themes that feature in memoirs written by Holocaust survivors – chief among them, a narrative of betrayal.
Ibey – River
Marina Maximilain Blumin – Maurin
Matisyahu – Jerusalem