The Institute of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Raritan Valley Community College: “From Swastika to Jim Crow”
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Arthur Rothstein, best-known for his Dust Bowl photography during the Great Depression, was the recipient of more than three dozen awards in photography and photojournalism over the course of his career.
The Minsk Ghetto was established in what is now Belarus after Nazi Germany invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941.
The Albanian Code from award-winning Israeli filmmaker Yael Katzir tells the little-known story of how thousands of Jewish refugees in Albania were rescued in World War II.
Join the Museum of Jewish Heritage and Project Witness for a lecture exploring the phenomenon of camp shvesters (sisters) with Dr. Michael Berenbaum, world-renowned historian and Director of the Sigi Ziering Institute at American Jewish University.
Learn about this brave woman of valor whose story remained hidden for decades and is now coming to light.
International March of the Living: “The Destruction of the Lithuanian Jews – The Ponary Massacre with Jacob Shoshan”
Join Jacob Shoshan, esteemed and highly sought-after International March of the Living guide and historian for a compelling account of the destruction of the Lithuanian Jewish community and the description of what occurred during the Ponary Massacre.
“Sounds from Silence – Reflections of a Child Holocaust Survivor, Psychiatrist and Teacher” by Robert Krell
The Holocaust Documentation & Education Center is delighted to have this opportunity to share with you that a longtime colleague and very special friend, Dr. Robert Krell has a new book being published by Amsterdam Publishers called Sounds from Silence – Reflections of a Child Holocaust Survivor, Psychiatrist and Teacher.
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In fleeing persecution, nearly 20,000 European Jewish refugees found an unexpected safe haven in the Chinese port city of Shanghai between 1937 and 1945.
ZAP! POW! BAM! These words jump off the page as Captain America and Superman attack the comic book version of Adolf Hitler, who in reality was anything but an imaginary evil.
Appalachian State University’s Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies – Virtual Summer Symposium
Appalachian State University’s Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies presents their virtual Summer Symposium from July 18 – 23, 2021.
Join the USHMM to explore this inspiring story, and how preserving Holocaust evidence and researching our own family trees can deepen understanding of history.
Perhaps the most notorious war criminal of all time, Josef Mengele was the embodiment of bloodless efficiency and passionate devotion to Nazism.
Thousands of Jewish refugees spent months crossing the ocean, fleeing the Nazi regime, hoping to find safety when they reached Latin American countries on the other side of the world.
In 2021, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security reported that deadly attacks by racially motivated violent extremists are on the rise.
To commemorate Herzl on the anniversary of his death, Collecting the Dream is available for free download on Amazon’s Kindle from July 1 to 4, 2021.
This Pride Month, learn about Frieda Belinfante, one of Europe’s first female conductors and a Jewish lesbian, and painter Willem Arondeus, the gay leader of this group of artists turned resisters.
There are around 6,000 people in the world today who owe their lives to Nicholas Winton.
Presented by the Museum of Tolerance: Meet author Julie Metz and hear her mother’s extraordinary story. Then, join the conversation moderated by Museum Director, Liebe Geft.
“The House on Wannsee Street: Memoirs of a German Jewish Family” Film and Post Film Discussion with the filmmaker Poli Martinez Kaplun and her mother in conversation with Avi Ben Hur.
Join the USHMM to commemorate World Refugee Day and honor diplomats who dared to take great risks to offer refuge and save lives.
“Hidden Histories: What Digital Technology Reveals about Jews and Germans in Occupied Kraków” presented by the USHMM.
The Holocaust Center for Humanity presents: “The History of Anti-Asian Hatred and the WWII Japanese-American Incarceration with Tom Ikeda”.
“We Were Strangers” is the true story of Magda Preiss, a breathtaking masterpiece of Holocaust literature, composed in her own words upon arriving in America in the 1940s.
The Bielski Partisans bravely achieved the largest armed rescue of Jews by Jews during the Holocaust and have grown to tens of thousands of descendants around the world.
Watch the film “Complicit” and engage in a post-film discussion with the filmmaker Robert Krakow in conversation with SS St. Louis Passengers, Sonja Geismar and Eva Wiener.
Attorney, author and activist Benjamin Ferencz, age 102, was the Chief Prosecutor for the United States in The Einsatzgruppen Case, which the Associated Press called “the biggest murder trial in history.”
Watch the incredible life story of former Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin play out in this captivating documentary.
Leading international scholars of the Holocaust and Genocide will highlight women rescuers and resisters in daily life, in ghettos, forests, labor and death camps, including Jewish and non-Jewish women professionals and partisans.