Ellen Cassedy “We Are Here”

June 19th, 2012

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It started as a simple desire to learn the Yiddish her late mother spoke. But for journalist Ellen Cassedy a journey back to her family’s homeland in Lithuania soon morphed into something much more challenging, more troubling, and more fascinating and ultimately rewarding than she had imagined.

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As she tells in her new book “We Are Here,” Ellen Cassedy also found new perspective on the Lithuanian Holocaust, on World War Two itself, and the echoes that still shape people’s lives today.

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Robert Wistrich “A Lethal Obsession”

January 7th, 2010

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For two millennia there has been hatred of the Jews – from the earliest recorded pogrom in the year 38, to the widespread resurgence of anti-Semitism in our own time. For the last two decades, historian Robert Wistrich has been tracing, studying, analyzing, and putting into context the history of anti-Semitism. The result is an exhaustive 1200-page history and sociological and cultural examination he calls “A Lethal Obsession.”

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