They say that everyone has a book in them.
Just imagine the millions of books which were never written because of a regime that deemed millions unworthy of life, leave alone worthy of writing a book.
So many potential authors and scholars who never got a chance because of policies based on hate.
The book of the author Dasha Mojzesch, who would have written a book about man’s exploration in the universe, How they researched the effects of supernovae and what effect they had on the climate on earth.
But he never got a chance to write that book, he was killed age 5.
The book of Gyorgy Szekely, whose fairy tales set in the medieval times of Eastern Europe.Stories of dragons, knights in shiny armor, princes,princesses,kings and queens. His books read by millions around the globe.
But before he could even start thinking of writing a book he was murdered aged 15 or 16.
The book of the young brilliant scientist Sara Waas. Who chronicled her break trough research in 1960 when she was just 24. The research that not only found a cure for cancer but also for Parkinson disease.
Cures which saved the lives of so many and gave other a better quality of life.
But alas it was not to be for Sara was murdered when she was only 8.
The policies of hate by the Nazis did not only destroy the lives of so many innocent lives. It also destroyed the lives of some of their children and grandchildren. Because they destroyed potential scientists who could have discovered life altering medicines.
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