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Published on Jun 24, 2011
Author Thomas Buergenthal, retired American judge from The Hague, interviewed by Dr. David G. Marwell, Museum director
"The voice of the future world court judge strikes us by its need to seek out strains of humanity, even in the very depths of hell." - Elie Wiesel
When Buergenthal was just 10 years old, he survived Auschwitz and the infamous death march. His poignant and inspiring book is filled with the honest insights of a child and the optimism of a remarkable adult dedicated to the preservation of human rights.