This is a tender little book, very moving and enlightening although it is barely more than 100 pages. I find that no matter how much I have read or how much I think I know about the Holocaust and its perpetrators, there always seems to be some new horrible behavior or event to learn about with regard to the heinous actions that were perpetrated upon a helpless people simply because of what they believed and/or how they worshiped. I believe sincerely that it is the reason why we must never forget. At that time, our wildest imaginations would not have produced such monsters or events. I hope in this age, we will not allow ourselves to become more creative in the use of prejudice and its incumbent brutality.