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SACHS POSTER COLLECTION RETURNED TO HEIRS

SACHS POSTER COLLECTION RETURNED TO HEIRS

After a seven-year court battle with a German museum, thousands of posters seized by the Nazis in 1938 from Hans Sachs were returned to his heirs. The posters will be auctioned because no museum was
TWO ARRESTED IN MURDER OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR IN PARIS

TWO ARRESTED IN MURDER OF HOLOCAUST SURVIVOR IN PARIS

Two suspects have been arrested in the brutal murder of an 85-year-old Holocaust survivor in Paris in what French authorities have labeled an anti-Semitic crime. The incident occurred this past
Kristallnacht Pittsburgh
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Kristallnacht Pittsburgh

On the night of November 9-10, 1938, 1400 synagogues were burned, close to 100 Jews were killed, 7,500 businesses were destroyed, and 30,000 Jews were deported to concentration
Remembering Liberation - January 27, 1945
Survivors and Liberators Tell Their Story

Remembering Liberation - January 27, 1945

SURVIVOR: “I was very ill with pleurisy and typhus, Frieda Menco Brommet remembered.  She was nineteen years old, Dutch Jew and a prisoner in Auschwitz-Birkenau. And then came January 18,
The Liberation of Auschwitz As Reported In The New York Times

The Liberation of Auschwitz As Reported In The New York Times

ON JANUARY 27, 1945, Soviet troops liberated the Auschwitz camp complex. The majority of the prisoners, some 60,000, had been forced onto the Death March several weeks prior. The few thousand
The Winners of the National Competition Commemorating Reich's Program Night

The Winners of the National Competition Commemorating Reich's Program Night

Thank you to Mrs. Ruchama Garelik and the Walder Education Center for partnering with Project Witness in “The Power of Tefillah and the Potency of Prayer” Nationwide Competition that took