In 1958, a report in the New York Times began with this: I don’t know why, the most terrible thing is the bright and gentle sunshine of Brezhinka. This is the famous “Auschwitz has no news to write” in the history of journalism.
The reporter wrote: “Now, there is nothing news about Auschwitz, just because of the irresistible impulse, I want to write about the concentration camp. This impulse is due to a feeling of unrest, to After the concentration camp visit, if you don’t say a word about it and don’t write a word, you will leave. It will be a disappointment to the people who died there.”