Fiscal Spotlight: Three Stories of Survival and the Long Shadow of the Holocaust

It can be discombobulating to consider that the Holocaust—the greatest human calamity in civilized history—happened so relatively recently. Sure, for those of us in the prime of our adulthood in 2022, the event too often seems like a horrible folk-tale nightmare, something confined to musty archival photos and memoirs, occurring solely within the sanitized pages of New York Times bestsellers, or in the glossy recreations of tasteless Hollywood awards fodder. But the fact is, the Age of the Holocaust is our Age, with living memories of the disaster still abound and its long shadow continuing to shape world events some 80 years later.

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