"Mr. Tuck had my son thinking all day about what he heard in school. He told me later that night about his one piece of bread in the morning and night. I am thankful for the hand out that was brought home, so I can read his story. This has been a priceless experience for my son, and I am so thankful that Mr. Tuck was able to visit. ~ A Perkiomen Valley HS parent

Archive

July 13th, 2009

Witness To History Project Launched

The Holocaust Awareness Museum recently launched the Witness to History Project in order to further the message of the Holocaust by allowing participants to "step into the shoes" of a survivor by learning his or her unique account of survival and memorizing and re-enacting the story for others.

The Holocaust Awareness Museum Reunites A Survivor and a Rescuer (With Video)

As Holocaust survivors begin to pass away, reuniting them becomes more difficult. This also relates to reuniting survivors and their rescuers.

New Documentary Focuses on Children of Nazi Leaders

Hitler's Children a new documentary from Chanoch Ze'evi (Nadia's Friends) that chronicles "the descendants of the most powerful figures figures in the Nazi regime: men and women who were