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The Holocaust (1934-1945)

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  • Library to host Holocaust exhibit from Paris

     Library to host Holocaust exhibit from Paris
    On Monday, Sept. 8, an art exhibit based on the journal of a young Jewish French woman during the Holocaust will open at the Highland Park Public Library. Titled 'Hélène Berr, A Stolen Life,' the exhibit originates from the Mémorial de la Shoah, the...
  • Film defends Holocaust history

    More than 100 people recently crowded Temple Anshei Shalom in Delray Beach to view local filmmaker Beach Richard Bloom's latest documentary, "Defending Holocaust History." The film discusses the rise of the latest anti-Semitism movement coming out of...
  • Review: 'The Nazis Next Door' by Eric Lichtblau

    Review: 'The Nazis Next Door' by Eric Lichtblau
    It is no longer a revelation that U.S. intelligence services and other government agencies allowed thousands of Nazis, from rocket scientists to concentration camp guards, to stream into this country after World War II. Richard Rashke's excellent 2013...
  • Broward County Main Library displays Holocaust photographs

    Broward County Main Library displays Holocaust photographs
    On loan from the Simon Wiesenthal Center and Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français, France's state-owned railway, "The Courage To Remember: The Holocaust 1933-1945" includes 200 photographs spanning 1933, the year Germany elected Adolf Hitler...
  • Film Review: 'The Decent One'

    It may seem insensitive, if not callously cynical, to use the term "novelty value" when appraising a documentary dealing with the Holocaust. But that's precisely what distinguishes Vanessa Lapa's "The Decent One" from countless previous nonfiction...
  • Holocaust Center to observe Kristallnacht tragedy

    Holocaust Center to observe Kristallnacht tragedy
    It happened in another country, decades ago. It was a massacre, one considered to be the tipping point for a much larger world tragedy. And it’s an event, Pam Kancher said, that should be observed, remembered, and reflected on every year....
  • Illing Middle School studies the Holocaust

    Illing Middle School's eighth grade students have been studying the Holocaust and its impact on the world this past semester, in preparation for a trip to the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York. Their studies went in-depth during presentations on Oct....
  • Women's event honors Polish rescuer

    The Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County opened its new women's season on Nov. 3 with an event at the Woodfield Country Club in Boca Raton that featured a riveting guest speaker. The Dorothy Seaman Department of Women's Philanthropy is a...
  • Remembering Bayern Munich's Jewish history

    Remembering Bayern Munich's Jewish history
    As an author, Dirk Kamper was intrigued by the story of Kurt Landauer, a concentration camp survivor who helped turn Bayern Munich into one of the best soccer teams in the world. But as a German, he was more than a little apprehensive about exploring...
  • My trip to Poland

    My trip to Poland
    As a senior student at the Park Vista High School in Lake Worth, I spent the last year's fall semester in Israel, at the new Eshel HaNassi youth village of the Alexander Muss High School near Be'er Sheva in the Negev. In this rich and intriguing Israeli...
  • Chernoff to speak about Holocaust book

    Chernoff to speak about Holocaust book
    Allan Chernoff, former CNN and CNBC senior correspondent, will speak at a community-wide fundraising event hosted by the Chabad of Boca Raton at the Chabad of West Boca Raton on Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015. Chernoff will be speaking about "The Tailors of...