The Holocaust Documentation & Education Center (HDEC) is pleased to share “Commemorating Yom HaShoah Through Arts and the Words of Survivors” from Temple Beth El of Boca Raton.
Cantor Shira Ginsburg explains the making of her one-woman show, sings and bears witness to the incredible journey of her family.
Marlene W. Yahalom, PhD, will present a virtual exhibit including images or original maps, drawings, photographs of the planning stages of Auschwitz, and the original blueprints of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Join Hadar | J.J. Greenberg Institute for the Advancement of Jewish Life to discuss the most important and influential conclusions that thinkers have drawn in the shadow of the Holocaust.
In honor of Yom HaShoah – Holocaust Remembrance Day, Thursday, April 8, the Holocaust Documentation & Education Center is sharing and will feature the following online programs:
20 years after Lengyel’s death in April 2001, join the Museum of Jewish Heritage NYC and The Olga Lengyel Institute for a program exploring her remarkable life and legacy.
“The Accountant of Auschwitz” Panel Discussion is presented by Syracuse Hillel.
Presented by the USHMM: Explore the range of actions young Americans took to speak out and act during the Holocaust.
As the Holocaust Documentation & Education Center continues to feature and offer a wide variety of topics on the Holocaust, today we are adding...
The panel discussion is an exclusive event and gives the opportunity to hear directly from special film participants Dr. Edith Eva Egler and Alan Moskin, and film director Ron Small.
This talk will draw on documents from the JDC Archives and oral history with child survivors to explore not only why family reunification proved so difficult in the immediate postwar period, but also how children subjectively experienced such events.
Join us during Women’s History Month for a live digital program on March 18 about the strength and determination of one young woman to survive the Holocaust and the challenges that women faced then – and still encounter today in war-torn societies.
Join Therkel Straede, Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense, for a discussion of the police records and what they reveal about this extraordinary feat of rescue.
The Arthur and Emalie Gutterman Family Center for Holocaust and Human Rights Education at FAU present “Literary Connections to the Holocaust.”
Join United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Curator Susan Goldstein Snyder as she explores the ways Americans, Jews and non-Jews, attempted to help the Jews of Europe who were increasingly living under the Nazi cloud.
In 1943, during the darkest times of human history, a handful of people in tiny Bulgaria stood up against Hitler… and succeeded.
Organized by the Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies, the program is co-sponsored by ASU Departments of History, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Religion and Philosophy.
Join us during Black History Month to honor Black Americans who served.
Friedl Dicker-Brandeis was killed in Auschwitz yet saved the art of her students, over 4,000 children’s drawings.
TOLI invites you to hear from experts about the escalation of extremism online and in our communities, and what can be done against this growing menace.
The Rosenstrasse Protest is the nearly-forgotten story of a group of women in Berlin who faced down the Third Reich — and won!
A story of courage in the face of evil. The tense drama of Suzanne Spaak who risked and gave her life to save hundreds of Jewish children from deportation from Nazi Paris to Auschwitz.
For two weeks in August 1936, Adolf Hitler’s Nazi dictatorship camouflaged its racist, militaristic character while hosting the Summer Olympics.
Caught within the ever-approaching steel jaws of Nazi exterminators, 19-year-old Leah Steppel from Dusseldorf successfully escapes Europe via Portugal — thanks to a precious visa from Aristides de Sousa Mendes
Liberation Heroes: The Last Eyewitnesses, explores the journeys of Liberators and Liberator Witnesses drawing parallels between the past and present.
Join Susan Eisenhower, author of “How Ike Led”, to learn about her grandfather’s vigilance to preserve the truth about the Holocaust.
In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Wednesday, January 27, the Holocaust Documentation & Education Center is thrilled to...
In honor of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Wednesday, January 27, the Holocaust Documentation & Education Center, Inc. is sharing and will feature the following online programs.
Eva Zelig‘s documentary An Unknown Country tells the story of European Jews who fled Nazi persecution to find refuge in an unlikely destination: Ecuador.
Join film director Cellin Gluck, Sugihara Diplomats for Life Foundation Chairman Linas Venclauskas, and Staci Rosenthal from Facing History & Ourselves for a discussion on the unknown story of Chiune Sugihara, a Japanese diplomat (sometimes called the Schindler of Japan).