Dear friends, we are pleased to present the Spring 2013 edition of Mishpocha!, the special Cleveland Conference 2012 edition. This edition includes speeches from the 2012 conference in Cleveland, including Robert Krell, Patrick Henry, Mordecai Paldiel, and others. Please click here to download the PDF file: Mishpocha Spring 2013
Please enjoy this video about the new Museum Of The History Of Polish Jews, in Warsaw Poland. (click on title above to view).
This article was published in the New York Times Sunday magazine (Eric Lichtblau, March 1, 2013). Many people thought the number of camps was around 10,000, but here we find a new number – upwards of 40,000. The author’s conclusion – every German must have known about this. THIRTEEN years ago, researchers at the United States Holocaust Memorial Continue Reading »
The 2012 annual conference was a resounding success, with nearly 400 child survivors, family, and descendants attending. We heard presentations from internationally known experts such as Robert Krell, Patrick Henry, Mordecai Paldiel, and Menachem Rosensaft. There were captivating panel discussions on diverse topics including “Self Help in the Ghetto” and the future of holocaust education. Continue Reading »
Here is a collection of photos from the 2012 Cleveland Conference. To see a photo larger, please click on the photo. Also, professionally photographed images are available from Mark Franks, here: Pollack Studio.
We are pleased to be able to share R. Gabriele Silten’s book, Our Memories 2012. Our Memories is a book of poems, memoirs, and other documents submitted by child survivors and their families for the 2012 Cleveland Conference. Gabriele has announced that this will be the last memory book. You can access Our Memories 2012 Continue Reading »
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