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Born in Amsterdam, Herman van Norden settled in Vancouver after the Second World War Jon Hernandez · CBC News · Posted: Jul 27, 2020 12:16 PM PT | Last Updated: 12 hours ago 1 comments To say Herman van Norden’s life was eventful is …

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Date of Death: July 7th, 202015 in Tammuz 5780 In April 2016 Holocaust survivor Magda Brown shared her inspirational story with hundreds of Iowans as part of the annual Holocaust Remembrance event sponsored by the Thaler Holocaust Remembrance Foundation. We’re …

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The generation that endured Nazi death camps is especially vulnerable to the pandemic. Original post: New York Times By John Leland May 4, 2020 One got out of Nazi Germany on a Kindertransport train to Sweden, never again seeing his parents, …

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Click for Video Link Tonight, as the world struggles to contain and recover from the novel coronavirus, we offer a story we completed just before life changed so dramatically. It is a story of history, hope, survival and resilience, which has …

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Due to the potential impact of COVID-19 on public health, the Thaler Holocaust Memorial Fund has cancelled our event with Michael Bornstein and Debbie Holinstat. We hope to reschedule their appearance at an appropriate time later this year or next …

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Due to the potential impact of COVID-19 on public health, the Thaler Holocaust Memorial Fund has cancelled our event with Michael Bornstein and Debbie Holinstat. We hope to reschedule their appearance at an appropriate time later this year or next …

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The gathering marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazis’ most notorious death camp, Auschwitz. Britain’s Prince Charles meets Israel President Reuven Rivlin at his official residence in Jerusalem, on Thursday. Victoria Jones / APJan. 23, 2020, 5:25 AM …

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BBC NEWS January 5 2020 A Jewish teenager avoided death in occupied France thanks to the kindness and bravery of a doctor in a small Alpine resort. But it’s a story local people seem reluctant to remember, Rosie Whitehouse discovers. …

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By Keren BlankfeldThe New York Timesdecember 8th, 2019 The first time he spoke to her, in 1943, by the Auschwitz crematory, David Wisnia realized that Helen Spitzer was no regular inmate. Zippi, as she was known, was clean, always neat. She …

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By Nina ShapiroSeattle Times staff reporter Laureen Nussbaum pulled a 76-year-old diary off a bookshelf in her Wallingford apartment. When her German refugee family lived in the Netherlands during the Nazi occupation, they took turns writing in it. “Finis — Antisemitismus!!” her father …

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