The speeches were so obviously sad but my goodness hit the spot.
The gentleman who spoke of Auschwitz not landing from the sky and the ' 11th Commandment' , the lady from the Roma people , the gentleman who related the story of the child in the ' red coat ' and the fact her ashes were resting behind them were heart breaking, so poignant.
The mention of the rise again of antisemitism and how some even in respected positions of government /politics are once again anti jew etc. etc. etc. could not fail to strike a note of concern, we have learnt nothing if we allow the subliminal messaging of some who do not see their own antisemitism but it is there for all to see.
I too watched the coverage from Jerusalem for the World Holocaust Forum and I thought Prince Charles set a perfect tone in his speech and he certainly did the UK proud by remembering what he was there for and not raising politics as a couple of others did.