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Seventy-two years ago to the date that Marion Blumenthal’s family — her father, Walter; her mother, Ruth; and Marion and her brother, Albert — were liberated from the Bergen-Belsen … more
Last week, I found myself taking 45 middle schoolers on a four-hour bus ride to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. While they were certainly struck as they walked through the … more
Filmmaker Kahane Cooperman hasn’t written an Oscars acceptance speech yet, but she likely will before the Academy Awards ceremony on Feb. 28. … more
HANC High School’s Beit Midrash classes were privileged to hear the testimony of Dr. Moshe Avital, a Holocaust survivor and well-known author. Avital brought to light … more
One of the reasons Beckah Restivo is glad she attended George Washington University is the school’s proximity to the U.S. Holocaust … more
From Anne Frank’s diary to Elie Wiesel’s “Night,” books about the Holocaust remain some of the most powerful and well-known pieces of literature published in the past century. … more
Midwinter break gives both students and teachers the chance to travel to all sorts of exotic places. This year, Rabbi Gedaliah Oppen … more
A television program airing this week on PBS links an incredible Holocaust escape story — which climaxed on the last day of Pesach in 1944 — to advanced scientific … more
President Donald Trump paid extended tribute to the memory of the Holocaust and to Israel in a speech to the World Jewish Congress. Given via prerecorded video at the opening dinner of … more
When I first invited Rav Binyomin Kamenetzky to speak about his participation in the 1943 march by rabbis in Washington, I assumed he had spoken about that episode on many previous occasions. I was … more
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