Student Research Paper
When I searched for the story of Georges Lieber, the very man whose drive to resist inspired the concept for this essay, I could not find it. The only trace of him was his record on the Yad Vashem database which merely states that he was a student and that he was transported from Lyon, France to Auschwitz in 1944. His story, along with much of Holocaust history, remains unknown or misunderstood for many people, both from my generation and those before us. As a long-term student of history and an aspiring educator, I have chosen to resist the sliding grip that people have on history and hoist it up before the lives and lessons in it are lost.
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Cromer, Jesse A., "Holding On To History" (2020). Georges Lieber Essay Contest on Resistance. 1.