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A child survivor of Auschwitz
Belief in G‑d After the Holocaust
Rabbi Nissen Mangel was a 10-year-old child when he came to the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz. There he witnessed unspeakable atrocities, but he also witnessed amazing acts of faith. In this moving and powerful talk, Rabbi Mangel tells his firsthand accoun...
A faith based approach to Holocaust education
Triumph of Spirit
There’s a glaring void in Holocaust education and scholarship of the values, perspectives and responses of faith-driven Jewish communities. Rabbi Sholom Friedmann shares insight on the incredible phenomenon of believing Jews finding meaning in a meaningle...
A story of survival, faith and triumph
The Miracle of Surviving Auschwitz
At the tender age of ten, Rabbi Nissen Mangel miraculously evaded the notorious ‘selection’ and the gas chambers to become Auschwitz’s youngest inmate. Marking his bar-mitzvah by wearing tefillin, he miraculously survived the infamous Death March and went...
You are the witnesses for the next generation
Surviving the Holocaust
Solly Irving was just a boy when the Nazis invaded Poland. He was incarcerated in several concentration camps, including Buchenwald, and was liberated from Theresienstadt. This is his story.
Eva Schloss tells her story of survival
Anne Frank’s Stepsister
A riveting story of courage and survival of the horrors of the Holocaust.
Auschwitz Survivor Victor Greenberg
A Child of Majdan
Victor Greenberg tells the story of how he grew up in the small village of Majdan, now in Slovakia. In 1941, when he was 12 years old, he and his family were among the very few to escape when the entire Jewish population of the town was massacred. He was ...
Kindertransport Refugee Fritz Sternhell
A Child of the Kindertransport
Austrian-Jewish Holocaust survivor, Fritz Sternhell, relates his first-hand experiences as a child during the German annexation of Austria.
History of the Jewish communities of the Netherlands
The Jews of Holland
Rabbi Binyomin Jacobs, chief rabbi of the Netherlands, describes the rich history of the Jewish people in his native country from medieval times until the present day.
A Survivor’s Personal Story
In 1940, when Mark Goldfinger was 9, the SS set up an academy for training killers near his hometown of Rabka, Poland. This is the amazing account of what he saw and how he survived. (Many viewers may find details described to be extremely disturbing. Vie...
How We View Our Collective Past as Jews
History vs. Memory
A compelling argument for the case that Jewish education must portray our ancestors not as individuals who once lived, but as people who are alive today.
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