The Holocaust Documentation & Education Center is delighted to share the following series “Herzl Explained” with David Matlow, friend of the HDEC, who is in possession of the world’s largest private collection of Theodor Herzl memorabilia.
At the age of 27, in his first turn as prosecutor, Benjamin Ferencz led what was then called “the biggest murder trial in history.”
In June 1940, Aristides de Sousa Mendes, the Portuguese Consul-General in Bordeaux, France, issued life-saving visas to thousands of Holocaust refugees in defiance of his government’s direct orders – an action for which he paid a heavy personal price.
Jewish Life Through the 20th Century and the evolving meaning of Israel with Holocaust Survivor, Judy Rodan.
Staten Island’s P.S. 22 Choir singing the Holocaust Poem “Who Am I?”