Recognizing delayed PTSD in Holocaust survivors
Researchers are finding that the passage of time does not always diminish traumatic symptoms - and old age can actually aggravate them.
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One last journey into the night
Israel Arbeiter had to go back - to Auschwitz where he barely survived, and Treblinka, where his parents were murdered. He went seeking peace, but found little of it.
Hitler, Pharaoh, and the anti-Semitic culture of victimhood
- For millennia, the model for the most virulent, violent anti-Semitism has been to blame Jews for every bad thing, despite facts and logic to the contrary.
A mission to revive lost notes from the Holocaust
- When violist Mark Ludwig and friends gathered in his airy Brookline apartment to rehearse on a recent morning, the scene was a flurry of intensity, concentrated smiles, fluttering fingers, flying elbows, tossed sheet music, and flawlessly performed concertos.
Taking a different approach to the Holocaust’s lessons
- Boston 3G is not your typical tragedy support and awareness group.
Exploring the ‘Bloodlands’
- A controversial new history traces the rise of a horrible idea: the mass killing of civilians.