September 26, 2004

COMPARISON

We went to a concentration camp today. It was raining and I was very cold, but not as cold as they were. I was frightened by the enormous pyramid of ashes, but not as frightened as they were. I felt angry when I heard some German start yelling, but not as angry as they were. And I cried when I was by myself, but not as often as they did.

Posted by: Sarah at 03:58 PM | Comments (3) | Add Comment
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1 Nice.

Posted by: Mike at September 26, 2004 04:03 PM (+sj2x)

2 When I was at Dachau, years ago, German school children (appx. 12-16) were running around and giggling. At Dachau. Giggling.

Posted by: Sparky at September 26, 2004 05:53 PM (swRUK)

3 I just linked this post, which I thought was exceptionally well-written. You might be interested in my post about a woman who was killed in Dachau, here: http://photoncourier.blogspot.com/2004_09_01_photoncourier_archive.html#109491535757315983

Posted by: David Foster at September 28, 2004 12:31 PM (XUtCY)

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