Drogi Romuald and Group,
What a surprise to read in the course offerings catalog for high school in my town, the following course description:
"Genocide and Holocaust
Course Length - Semester
Grade Level: 11, 12
"This class follows the course of human events through a study of genocide and holocaust from the early 18th century to the present. Prejudice and its manifestations in early European and American History including the slave trade, native Americans and the Great Irish famine are studied. Emphasis is placed on the 20th century acts of genocide--Armenia, the Holocaust, the Cambodian killing fields, Bosnia, and recent events as they occur."
I will be sure to contact the Social Studies department head soon and make him aware of our cause. I was happy to read this course offering because it does seem to be so well balanced.
Switching the subject for a moment, in my earlier post I did not include another town I am researching in Kresy, where two of my grandfather's brothers and their families lived. This is CZABAROWKA, Kopyczynce, Tarnopol.
Eve Jesionka Jankowicz
"One who does not respect and appreciate his past, is not worthy
of the present and does not have a right to a future."
20 February 1920