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Documentary shares timely lessons from dark history

Local filmmaker sheds light on Holocaust survival stories

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Last week, 85-year-old George and 87-year-old Henry Landau convened in New York City to honor their parents.

“My brother and I were always very close to our parents as children and later on as adults — and even to this day,” George Landau said in a phone call. “When I come to New York from California, we usually go out to the cemetery (in New Jersey) and bring flowers and put pebbles on the grave markers, as is Jewish custom.”

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Tyler Durden

From the article:
"...Their perseverance in being hopeful for the future outweighed the temptation to succumb to the despair of the present..."

Well then, we can only "hope" that modern day Palestinians will express the same type of "perseverance in being hopeful for the future [rather than] succumb to the despair of the present."

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