Consider a Swiss merchant’s account of how his German colleagues responded to the events of Kristallnacht (Spanish available).
In my senior year at Magnificat High School in Cleveland, I signed up to take a class on the Holocaust called “Dangers of Indifference.”
The class was unique in that three teachers taught it: a history teacher, an art teacher, and a religion teacher. Having these three perspectives helped me understand something I had not realized before – that hatred is not the largest problem we face, indifference is.
Set during World War II and based on a true story, Pigeon recounts a rare act of kindness.