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Presidential Proclamation — Jewish American Heritage …

| April 29, 2016

(Before It’s News) JEWISH AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH, 2016 – – – – BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION At America’s birth, our Founders fought off tyranny and declared a set of ideals including life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness that would forever guide our country’s course.



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Events – May is Jewish American Heritage Month

| April 15, 2016

Interactive Calendar Submit the program or event you are planning in honor of Jewish American Heritage Month. Every program matters as we build awareness across the country of the important contributions of Jewish Americans to our nations history and culture



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National American Indian Heritage Month | Law Library of …

| April 4, 2016

To view PDFs Back to Commemorative Observances National American Indian Heritage Month celebrates and recognizes the accomplishments of the peoples who were the original inhabitants, explorers and settlers of the United States. National American Indian Heritage Month had its origins in 1986 when Congress passed Pub. L.



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Jewish American Heritage Month | Jewish Women’s Archive

| February 1, 2016

Every year, the president proclaims May Jewish American Heritage Month. The Jewish Women’s Archive invites you to join us in honoring the legacy of American Jewish women



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Jewish-American Heritage Month 2016 – May, 2016

| February 1, 2016

May, 2016 is Jewish-American Heritage Month 2016. Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM) is an annual recognition and celebration of Jewish American achievements in and contributions to the United States of America



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Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive …

| January 22, 2016

Choose an interview Ackermann, Eva Adler, Marton Adler, Olga Altus, Irving Arden, Eugene Asner, Abraham Baker, Ella Beer, Magda Berki, Peri Biegun, Miriam Biegun, Samuel Binke, Szymon Birnholtz, Joseph Boros, Eva Brenner, Larry Brysk, Miriam Burdowski, David Butter, Irene Hasenberg Camhi, Bella Chandler, Maurice Charlupski, Franka Charlupski, Franka Cigler, Eva Cohen, Regina Cohen, Barbara Schechter Collins, Steve Cymerath, Simon Dan, Bert Dan, Clara Denes, Lila Dorfman, Henry Dorfman, Mala Weintraub Ebenstein, Noemi Engel Ehrmann, Alexander Eisenberg, Anne Elbaum, Luba Eliahu, Zyta Engel, Isaac Federman, Ruth Fein, Albert Feld, Sylvia Feldman, Eugene Feldman, Manya Auster Fenster, Lily Ferber, Fred Ferber, Miriam Monczyk-Laczkowska Firestone, Charlotte Fischler, Zivia Fishman, Joshua Fisk, Hannah Fisk, Benjamin Fordonski, Nancy Geffen, Hilma Gilbert, Tola Gissing, Vera Goldman, Simon Gorman, Erna Blitzer Gorman, Erna Blitzer Green, Rose Greenberger, Anna Greenspan, Lola Grinbaum, Emerich Gringlas, Joseph Gun, Jack Gun, Jack Hasenberg, Werner Hirsch, Bernard Hirschle, Anne Holcman, Abraham Horwitz, Sally Icikson, Esther Feldman Ilkow, Lanka Jutkevicz, Helen Kahan, David Kahan, David Kallai, Lisa Kalmas, Simon Karp, Alexander Karp, Alexander Katan, Salvatore and Lili Kaye, Louis Kendal, Fred Kent, Ruth Kent, Ruth Kessler, Ilya Martha Klaiman, Joseph Klein, Bernard & Emery Kleinberg, Pauline Koby, Martin Konstam, Henry Korper, George Kowler, Maximilian Kozlowski, Edith Kozlowski, Marvin Krystal, Henry Kupfer, Stefa (Sarah) Sprecher Lang, Helen Lessing, Alfred Lichtman, Rene Liffman, Leo Linson, Edward Lupian, Esther Magnus, Freda Manaster, Helena Mandel, John Marczak, Herman Maroko, Simon Marom, Hugo Merritt, Lucy Glaser Moche, Ben Molnar, Paul Mondry, Abraham Nothman, Nathan Nothman, Sonia Offen, Nathan, Bernard, and Samuel Offen, Nathan Offen, Samuel Opas, Michael Opatowski, Herman Pasternak, Abraham Pasternak, Abraham Petrinetz, Irene Posner, Esther Praw, Esther Praw, Harry Raab, Alexander Raimi, Saul Ramras, Hanna Reiss, Brenda Rich, Selma Romerfeld, Bell Rosen, Alice Lang Rosenow, Eric Rosenthal, Peppy Rosenzweig, Rita Rotbaum Ribo, Joseph Roth, Edith Roth, Nathan Rothenberg, Berek Rubin, Agi Rubin, Zoltan Rubin, Sigmund Salomon, Leon Salzburg, Aaron Sandel, Adele Schey, Vera Schleifer, Alexander Schreiber, Judy Seltzer, Sam Sessler, Tamara Shlanger, Martin Shloss, Felicia Silow, Sara Silver, Regina Slaim, Josef Sobel, Irene Spergel , Baruch Steiger, Zwi Stern, Kurt Sternberg, Malka Stransky, Helen Szostak, Zofia Tanay, Emanuel Taubman, Lola Troostwyk, Miriam Tuchklaper, Sally Vine, George Wagner, Rose Water, Martin Wayne, Larry Webber, Ruth Muschkies Webber, Mark Weinberger, Jack Weiselman, Nathan Weiss, Michael Weiss, Michael Weiss, Shari Weiss, Sidy Wiener, Cyla Wimmer, Eva Zamczyk, Natalie View RSS feed Limit to: online – not online – original format audio – original format video Eva Ackermann was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1926. Although an only child, Eva was part of a large extended family, most of whom perished in the war.



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Gates To Hell – The Nazi Death Camps

| January 22, 2016

The Holocaust was the systematic annihilation of six million Jews during the Nazi genocide – in 1933 nine million Jews lived in the 21 countries of Europe that would be occupied by Nazi Germany during World War 2. By 1945 two out of every three European Jews had been killed. The number of children killed during the Holocaust is not fathomable and full statistics for the tragic fate of children who died will never be known



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Holocaust | The reasons for the Holocaust

| January 22, 2016

Why did the Nazis direct all their anger and all their accusations against the Jews? The answer to this question lies in the strong anti-Semitic tradition in Europe, which predated the Nazis rise to power. This was not a specifically German phenomenon.



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Causes Of The Holocaust – Hitler’s Children

| January 22, 2016

The Holocaust is one of the greatest atrocities in history, and today it’s hard to look at it and understand just what could lead so many German people to participate in such blind hatred of their fellow man.



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Holocaust Jokes: Being Funny in the Face of an Almighty Scam

| January 22, 2016

Hitler and Goering were arguing about the Jews, Goering stating that they were quite clever people and Hitler vehemently denying they were any such thing. Finally Goering told Hitler that they should go out in the city and Goering would show Hitler it was true. Hitler agreed, so they disguised themselves and went out on the street.



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