“For the dead and the living, we must bear witness.” Elie Wiesel

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A Swiss diplomat has been credited with leading the largest civilian rescue operation of World War Two. But instead of being applauded for saving thousands of Jewish lives, he was reprimanded and – until recently – largely forgotten, as the …

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By Philip Gourevitch January 5, 2018 There was nothing ennobling, in Appelfeld’s view, about surviving the Holocaust. There was a feral vitality, perhaps, but the damage and the haunting were forever. Photograph by Antonio Olmos / eyevine / Redux “I’m …

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Unique program pairs kids today with kids killed in the Holocaust by Melissa Silverberg December 27, 2017 When Jodi Oldani opened her mail and saw photos of Israel and Jacob Byniecki staring up at her, she immediately started crying. The …

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A HERO AMONG US Documentary Film Update November 2017 From Humanities Iowa: “We’re thrilled to announce the recipients of our most recent major grant awards cycle! Drake University Fair Field Productions CARTHA Thaler Holocaust Remembrance Fund Dubuque County Historical Society …

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Magda Brown is no stranger to the concept of persevering. A survivor of the Holocaust at age 17, a painful journey to Storm Lake to share her story was not about to stop her. On her way, the 90-year-old fell …

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Holocaust survivor was 18 before he knew he was Jewish. By Bill Sherman Tulsa World   Documentary filmmaker Pierre Sauvage, born to Jewish parents in a French village that harbored thousands of Jews during the Holocaust, did not find out …

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Diny Adkins listened intently, her eyes brimming with tears as a College of Charleston student performed a song about the Holocaust. The song, told from a young girl’s perspective, brought Adkins back to when she was 4 years old in …

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37th Annual Neuberger Holocaust Education Week: November 2-9, 2017 Support Holocaust Education Week 2017 VISIT WEBSITE – CLICK HERE PIVOTAL MOMENTS Holocaust Education Week 2017 examines the post-Holocaust period, and the specific events that have shaped our understanding of the …

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October 27, 2017 By The Fellowship Video Last year, we told you – through his own daughter’s words – about a little-known hero of the Holocaust named Adolfo Kaminsky. Mr. Kaminsky is about to be a little more widely known now, as …

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Dialogue for Descendants is a day long symposium for Children of Holocaust Survivors being held on Sunday, November 5 as part of Holocaust Education Week Toronto as a forum for education, discussion and engagement. When Their Memories Became Mine DUNDAS, …

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