The Holocaust: Remembering and Becoming Human
...apathy, escape, resistance, rescue, and the search for meaning. These human stories show that the Jews and other victims themselves had a hard time believing that they were being systematically destroyed, which impeded their reaction for resistance, and that, due... to their atrocious conditions, many concentrated on survival, although thousands were fortunate enough to escape and to get rescued. Resistance, nevertheless, occurred in few concentration camps, while a more spiritual and psychological form of resistance happened for those who searched for meaning during and after the Holocaust. For the great length of the Holocaust, however, several scholars have exposed the...