Rescued from the horror by the ‘Irish Schindler’

Sunday is Holocaust Memorial Day, but this year’s Irish events will be missing a significant voice, writes Deirdre Cashion

AN EMPTY chair at this Sunday’s Holocaust Memorial Day commemoration will serve as a painful reminder that the community has lost one of its most passionate and colourful commentators on the horrors of genocide.

Holocaust survivor Zoltan Zinn-Collis, who passed away last December, aged 72, at his home in Athy, Co Kildare, will be sadly missed by those who gather to remember the victims of Nazi atrocities. Read more