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July 27th, 2009

Five Day Death March Recounted by a Survivor

A July 26, 2009 article from aish.com about a five day death march in which a teenager was forced to march with 6,000 starved, dehydrated and beaten people.

July 22nd

The Journey of Ronnie Breslow and the M.S. St. Louis

After Kristallnacht, November 9-10, 1938, many Jews in Germany decided it was time to leave because of rising antisemitism. By this time however, nearly five years after Adolf Hitler took power, many Jews had little money and it was increasingly difficult to obtain travel visas which were needed to leave and enter countries.

July 15th

New Art Gallery Highlights Art Created In Terezin

We have a new online art gallery that focuses on the art created from within the Terezin camp walls by prisoner artists. Check it out!