"Remember only that I was innocent,
and, just like you, mortal on that day,
I, too, had had a face marked by rage, by pity and joy,
quite simply, a human face!"
I was able to study at Yad Vashem, in Jerusalem, and in their Hall of Remembrance, Benjamin's words are etched on the wall. Benjamin was murdered in Auschwitz in 1944.
I was immediately taken with the truth in his words:
A human face must always emerge.
The individual must be seen in humanity.
Full Screen PDF book
Thanks to my friend Adrienne, she has created a "book" of the PDFs.
This will allow you to view the pages as if you were reading a book, as you can use the arrow keys to navigate between the pages.
Please remember that you have to view it in full screen mode, and you will have to press the "escape" key to return to your normal view.