Bright eyes no more shine- A stolen future


I know many publish very graphic images of the Holocaust, which I can fully understand. Although I have posted them too, I have become more reluctant to do so.

I believe in order to understand the horrors of the holocaust it is often much more effective to look at the eyes of one of the young victims. The sparkling bright eyes that were no longer allowed to shine.

The picture is of Gerard Levy.

He could have been your mechanic, or your doctor.He could have been your painter, or your lawyer.

He could have been your neighbor,or your friend.

He could have even been your Father.

But he was never given that opportunity for his future was stolen.

Gerard Levy was deported with his mother and infant sister on December 18, 1943 and murdered a couple days later.


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