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You take a chance when you read You risk an encounter with another persons ideas and experiences and you may not ever be the sameToday I read two articles in our campus newspaper The Preface I took a chance by skimming through on finding any articles that shared my point of view or that would capture interest from me I was actually very pleased to find an article that I believe to be outstanding It appears members from the Preface staff visited Washington DC to see the National Holocaust Museum As I began to read the article as I am always in awe of the great tragedy so many people suffered during the Holocaust I began to feel as if I myself were there A great sadness overcame me of the emptiness and betrayal and dehumanization these suffered by so many people I felt myself join the author in gently touching a train car doorway that not all too many years ago several Jewish people had been herded into like mere cattle either being sent into slavery or to be gassed too death I too passed the pictures of branded men and the boxes filled with shoes that once upon a time held people with hopes and dreams like you and I in them I read quote after quote with the author reminding me so very much of what happened during the reign of HitlerI pictured the video of Jewish people being used for hideous medical experiments A man who was forced to wear a mask cutting off his supply of oxygen how long would it take for him to die I felt the shame the pain and soul wrenching horror this man felt As much as I possibly tried I know that the way I felt reading the articles written by Colleen Hahn and Rebecca Ferguson expressing the way they felt touring this great and sad place could never compare to what it would
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