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Shimon Redlich, 81, sees his childhood through a complicated prism – through the interplay between Jewish, Ukrainian and Polish relations in wartime Brzezany. As a Jew who survived the Holocaust in the formerly Polish, now Ukrainian town, Redlich’s own memories …

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James Grover McDonald, left, a diplomat and the first U.S. Ambassador to Israel, in an undated photo Photo via Wikimedia Commons [http://bit.ly/2ffcCUS] By  Michael Swan, The Catholic Register October 29, 2016 When the Holocaust was still a gleam in Adolf …

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Not every historian gets portrayed by Rachel Weisz. Lipstadt hopes film, opening Thursday, clarifies for new generation that ‘Holocaust denial is not an opinion’ By Anne Joseph September 29, 2016, 12:34 am 1 LONDON — “Oh, I’m having a good …

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Justice Five Things We Can Learn From Survivors of the Holocaust There are approximately 500,000 Holocaust survivors still alive. About 100,000 of them live in the United States. As they continue to age, we risk losing their stories. Holocaust survivors are living …

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Naval Academy to honor Holocaust survivor for work with midshipmen Holocaust survivor Nesse Godin, of Silver Spring, holds a photo of her family as she tells the story of their extermination in the Holocaust at Congregation Kol Shalom in Annapolis. …

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Cardiff woman honors Holocaust heritage Cardiff resident Corey Samuels (right) meets June 27 with a curator at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. (Courtesy photo) Pam KragenContact Reporter For the last 40 years of his life, Henry Oertelt …

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September 20, 2016 Art exhibit on display at Luther College Oct. 21-Dec. 5 When memorializing a horrific event in history, it is often difficult to see beyond the defining darkness and tragedy. Yet it is often within the context of …

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October 18, 20164:42 AM ET Heard on Morning Edition Nazi officials were prosecuted at the Nuremberg trials in Germany from 1945-49. American Benjamin Ferencz, who was 27 and serving as a prosecutor for the first time, won convictions against all …

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In collaboration with multiple organizations, including the Thaler Foundation and Coe College, the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library will host Gideon Frieder, a speaker from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Survivor Speakers’ Bureau to speak of his …

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In the autumn of 1941, one the gravest atrocities of the 20th century unfolded in a ragged ravine on the outskirts of Nazi-occupied Kyiv. The massacre of 33,771 Jews on September 29-30, 1941, at Babi Yar was an early example …

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