Etty testifies to an unflagging faith in human beings at a time when they were perpetrating their blackest deeds: "I know everything," she writes. "and yet life is beautiful to me and full of meaning. At every moment."Through the people they meet along the way, in Amsterdam, Brussels, Cologne, Berlin and Auschwitz, the young reporters become aware of the forces at work in the past and to which we must consciously pay heed, so as not to yield to fear and hatred.Each of the witnesses seems to be saying to us: "Where is Life in our society today?"
Direction : André Bossuroy (Mediel) email@example.com
WITH THE SUPPORT OF DG education AND culture
OF THE eUROPEAN commissioN
("Europe FOR CITIZENS” PROGRAMME)
& the jewish foundation of belgium