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Posted from WDJT Milwaukee CBS 58 By Michele McCormack CBS 58 Alverno College offered students and the public an increasingly rare opportunity to hear the first-hand accounts of Holocaust survivors Wednesday. Its 15th annual Holocaust Remembrance Service, the largest non-Jewish …

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April 19th, 2016 Holocaust survivor Magda Brown tells her story to Cedar Rapids John F. Kennedy High School students. Magda Brown is from Miskolc, Hungary. In 1944, when she was 17 years old, she was deported on one of the …

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We offer our sincere apology to anyone who might have missed seeing Holocaust Survivor Magda Brown tell her story due to the maximum capacity audiences at our chosen venues. Our selections of venues this year were based in large part …

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By Allison Steele, Staff Writer Posted: April 12, 2016 As a child growing up outside Warsaw, David Wisnia was a prodigy. He sang in opera houses and spent time with prominent cantors who tutored him in chanting prayers for synagogue. …

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Nate Leipciger, 88, was just 11 years old during the Holocaust Seventy-one years after the Holocaust, a concentration camp survivor told his story about his father saved his life while at the deadly concentration camp Auschwitz. On Sunday, Nate Leipciger, 88, shared …

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Click here to listen Dr. Robert Silber interviewed by KCCK’s Dennis Green about Holocaust Survivor Magda Brown’s upcoming appearances in the area.

By Elahe Izadi April 7   While at the Nazi Blechhammer Concentration Camp in German-occupied Poland, he wasn’t Henry Flescher. His name was 177153. That was the number tattooed on Flescher’s forearm by the Nazis during the Holocaust. And that number …

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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s been more than 70 years since the horrors of the Holocaust first shocked the world. Now many survivors have passed on, and their descendants are left to carry on their legacies. Some shared their stories at Philadelphia’s …

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Remembering the past, transforming the future Alison Gowans The Gazette Apr 9, 2016 at 7:00 am | Print View On Magda Brown’s 17th birthday, June 11, 1944, she and her family were forced onto a railroad boxcar with 80 other …

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First Person Webcast Video Series Presented by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Hear Holocaust survivors tell their life stories in their own words, uniting personal experience with history in a way that is extraordinary in its immediacy and power. …

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