Auerbacher has reached out to share her experiences, as well
as to teach the lessons of intolerance to many young
Nobel Prize Winner
are truly an incredible person: You live up to the finest
teachings of our faith…Rather than seeking revenge for the
evils that you have seen and endured, you have chosen to
light the proverbial candle in the darkness. Your entire
life, Inge, is an illumination. Everything that you have
done, everything you have written gives testimony to the
power of the human spirit to rise above the vicious and live
on the level of love, compassion and human decency…I am
proud to call you my friend.”
Dr. Hirsch Joseph Simkes, (Ret.)
Rabbi of the
Hollis Hills Jewish Center, NY.
“…Your books arrived safely here, and I recommended them
already to many. Perhaps, we will see each other again when
you visit Germany and you are in Berlin. Best regards and
President of Germany
Auerbacher is a warm friend of the Cornerstone Baptist
Church and has shared many of her experiences with our
parishioners. She has been gifted with the art of writing
and afforded the unique opportunity to make a significant
contribution to the moral and ethical fabric of humankind."
Dr. Harry S. Wright, Senior Pastor, Ret.
Cornerstone Baptist Church, Brooklyn, NY.
"... Miss Auerbacher's contribution to the Holocaust and
education is among the most important ones in the United
Yaffa Eliach, Prof. of History and
Brooklyn College, NY.
"...For many years I have known Ms Auerbacher who has in her
entire lifetime devoted her energies to making this a better
Sister Rose Thering, O.P., PhD., Professor
Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ.
"...You were a delight to have as a guest and everyone
enjoyed meeting you. Your reading touched the customers so
Elaine Stundell, Former Community Relations
Barnes & Noble, Forest Hills, NY.