Scam, kidnap by South African police

Scam, kidnap by South African police

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Scam, kidnap by South African police

Scam, kidnap by South African police

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Aces Museum of Philadelphia is a monument to peace. The museum houses an original USO ballroom for the Black military, a slave exhibit and an exhibit celebrating resistance to Nazi terror.  click here
Allister's great-grandmother (Ruth's mother) Sophie Noerdlinger was born Sophie Loewi, and she was the daughter of Rosa Frank Loewi. Ruth and Anne were related in other ways. The intellectual Jewish community in Germany appears to be quite small and they knew each other. Ruth's father, Dr rer nat Ernst Noerdlinger was a chemist and I have heard stories that he for a time studied with Albert Einstein. I know that a Loewi relative won a Nobel Prize for discovering acetyl cholinesterase.
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The ACES Museum for Black Veterans remembers Anne Frank and the Holocaust. SJ Dodgson MJoTA 2014 v8n1 p0429

Anne Frank was born in Germany in June 1929, was arrested for breathing while Jewish in Holland in 1944, and perished in northern Germany in the labor camp at Bergen-Belson in March 1945, only weeks before the camp was liberated and the truth of the camps displayed in the death chambers, mass graves and starving inmates.

She was 15 when she died, and her life during her lifetime and afterwards is known through the odd intersections of world events and timing that make up all lives.

In the 2 years before she was arrested in Holland, in Amsterdam, she lived with 7 others in a small part of a building. They were arrested 2 months after D-Day, when the Nazis were in retreat. Which was when the Nazis knew the genocide of Jews was now or never: at that time, the order came to get on a train to be transported for Ruth, the German grandmother of my younger children Allister (pictures on this page) and Patience.

Neither Ruth nor her son Lothar Blossfeld, nor her siblings and their children were on the train, which never arrived at its destination anyway. It was bombed by allied planes.

Ruth (1916-1993) was a cousin of Anne, and she, her sister Sophie and brother survived the Nazi genocide, inside Germany, in Frankfurt. She told me how her elderly aunt was taken in a wheelchair to a death camp. And how on Crystal Night, when Jewish businesses and homes were vandalized, her brother stood downstairs in their house with a shotgun and shouted that their father, who was a Jew, was dead.

Which summarizes for me the greatest tragedy of the Jewish genocide, and the African genocide: evil can only win when we do not see ourselves as one. If Germans had responded to the Nazis the way the Danes did: that a citizen is a citizen is a citizen, 6 million Jews would not have been murdered, or a million Romany, or goodness knows how many physically or mentally disabled.
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No-one understands the importance of unity more than the magnificent healer of Germantown, internist, educator and museum proprietor Dr Althea Hankins.

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Dr H brought together veterans, school children and friends of Aces Museum to meet Allister Blossfeld, who, with his sister Patience Blossfeld Dodgson and other descendants of his German great-grandmother Sophie, is the closest living relative of Anne Frank.

Allister, Dr H, the Commander (pictures below) and I talked about the message of Anne Frank.

Believe that people are good and fight for good every day of your life. I am sure that Anne never gave up believing, and always knew that good will triumph over evil.