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Marcel Jabelot, Holocaust survivor, ended his testimony by saying that the moment one stops respecting another, the danger of Nazism slips in, with the horrors that he himself survived.
|Albert Valdman, Professor of French,
Indiana University and Hidden Child
|Fifty years after the event, Marcel Jabelotís testimony reveals the terrible presence of the Holocaust in the daily lives of its victims. His reflections are both simple and profound.|
|Patrick Henry, Professor Emeritus
|Jabelot's account [. . .] demands of us today that we attempt to present and explain it to the new generations.|
|Jacques Adler, Historian and Professor
University of Melbourne
The Jews of Paris and the Final Solution:
Communal Responses and Internal Conflicts, 1940-1944
|Jabelot's Holocaust parley is very insightful and adds a highly articulate and original voice to the Shoah testimonies.|
|Eric Nooter, former Historian and Archivist American Joint Distribution Committee, Inc.|
Pennsylvania Holocaust Education Task Force, Concentration camp liberator and Legion of Honor recipient, June 4, 2004.
 Shoah: The Hebrew word for the Holocaust.