Life at the End of the World: A Jewish Partisan in Melbourne

  title={Life at the End of the World: A Jewish Partisan in Melbourne},
  author={John Zeleznikow},
  journal={Holocaust Studies},
  pages={11 - 32}
This study seeks to discuss how one type of Holocaust survivor, namely partisans who fought in the forests, coped in the aftermath of the Holocaust. Through a discussion of the life of Avram Zeleznikow, in the Vilna Ghetto, the forests of Rudniki and post-war Melbourne, it becomes evident that life after the Holocaust was an anti-climax. By the time he was 20, Zeleznikow was a renowned hero. His past 65 years have been dull in comparison. He is only now starting to reflect on ethical dilemmas… Expand
Reflections on my journey in using Information Technology to support Legal Decision Making—from Legal Positivism to Legal Realism
In this paper I discuss my transition from legal positivism to legal realism and how this has impacted upon my construction of legal decision support systems. As a child living with parents who wereExpand