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April 29, 2003


Today is Yom haShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day.

In honour of the day, I’m putting up a link to this page which I created in the summer of 2001. It was my first foray into QuickTime Streaming Video, and was done in honour of my father, who’d passed away the year before. Those who survived are aging and soon will be gone. Their voices will fade from our collective memory. And little tales of heroism, like this one, will be lost.

So here’s my small act of preservation. If you have some time (and have QuickTime installed!), put your feet up, click play and give it a watch.

Posted by distler at April 29, 2003 12:13 AM

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