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It explores the jewish holocaust (1939-1945) with a focus on its aftermath and the nature of its witness communities additionally, it seeks to investigate the ways in which the actual event has become mythologized , re-envisioned, and commoditized to the public through films and literature. The associated press delivers in-depth coverage on today's big story including top stories, international, politics, lifestyle, business, entertainment, and more. Stealth altruism: reflections on a neglected aspect of the holocaust witness: stories of the holocaust, ed hazel rochman and darlene z campbell (new york. A printz of a man email hazel rochman mike's values coalesced and centered on what would be the driving force in his life--service to others through.