Vintage Voice!

Unearthing Classic Articles from Previous Issues of The Voice Magazine

UNESCO has proclaimed each January 27 to be International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust.  From among Voice articles on the topic, we selected two that link history to the present day.

Walking with history.  In a photo essay, John Buhler recounts his impressions of Berlin as he arrives for a month’s stay.  “The forest, only a short walk from our door, is deep and mysterious, but I am drawn to Berlin’s centre. There the crushing weight of history is in evidence everywhere.”  Life in Germany:  Part 8 of an AU Student’s Adventures Abroad, August 18, 2006.

Travel broadens one’s horizons.  As she prepares to travel to Poland, Barb Godin gets acquainted with Polish history.  “An interesting fact I discovered was that the Polish people were responsible for rescuing approximately 450,000 Jews from the massacre of The Holocaust.”  Planning for Poland, February 28, 2014.