Holocaust and Us

An Address by Hugh J. Schonfield, Geneva, 22 August 1979

Perhaps, the Holocaust may have done something of tremendous value and worth that sacrifice, that profound sacrifice of those millions could have meaning, and have done something of tremendous value, IF OUT OF THIS we are willing to learn, willing to love our brethren as ourselves, in the old term, while recognizing our sense of new responsibility for every part of humanity, a new sense of the worth of every being, so that people are not there to be slaughtered and tortured at the will of any body of persons in authority.