Holocaust Cattle Car Displayed in Florida

Stand for Israel  |  February 13, 2022

Jews being unloaded from a cattle car at Auschwitz-Birkenau, May 1944 during the Holocaust

Even as the Holocaust fades from our collective memory, those who stand for Israel continue to say, “Never Forget. Never Again.” Such a display can be seen at the Florida state capitol, our friends at JNS report, where a boxcar like those used to transport Jews during the Holocaust is giving visitors a lesson on anti-Semitism:

Inside the boxcar, visitors were given a 21-minute virtual experience that described the journey Jews made to Nazi concentration camps—for example, how 100 or more people were forcibly packed into the cars with no food or water, with slatted sides, a small window and very little air.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis went inside the boxcar with about 40 people.

“You can talk about the 6 million people that were killed. We all know that’s terrible. You can read it on a sheet of paper, but what does that actually mean when you see the tragedy. When you can see videos, when you can see some of the artifacts,” DeSantis said…

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