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How Shanghai saved thousands of Jews from the Holocaust – CNA

| January 26, 2021

SHANGHAI: As an infant Kurt Wick escaped almost certain death in a Nazi concentration camp by taking refuge in Shanghai, a little-known sanctuary for thousands of Jews fleeing the Holocaust.

International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2021: ‘I Only Wanted to Live’ by Mimmo Calopresti – University of Arkansas Newswire

| January 26, 2021

The U of A's Italian Program is partnering with the Instituto di cultura italiana in Los Angeles for International Holocaust Remembrance Day 2021.

Her family survived the Holocaust, but terror found them in their new home – The Gazette

| January 26, 2021

Vera and Pista Vadas survived the horrors of the Holocaust in Hungary, successfully got out of Hungary when a Communist government took over and built new lives and raised a family in Canada. They thought they had left strife and terror behind

Holocaust commission gets new life; atrocities to be recalled this week in Texas, San Antonio – San Antonio Express-News

| January 26, 2021

A recommendation to abolish the states 12-year-old Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission has been modified to keep the organization active but under closer scrutiny by the Texas Historical Commission. Everything is working out now, and we are still in existence, said Lynne Aronoff, chairwoman of the Holocaust commission.

CNN partners with the UN, UNESCO and the IHRA for Holocaust Commemoration Day – CNN Press Room

| January 26, 2021

January 25th, 2021 Atlanta, January 25th 2021. CNN is partnering with the UN, UNESCO and the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance for this years Holocaust Commemoration Day, on Wednesday January 27th

The Jerusalem Quartet to Join With New West Symphony Members for Exclusive Holocaust Remembrance Musical Events – Business Wire

| January 26, 2021

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The internationally renowned Jerusalem Quartet will join with principal artists from the New West Symphony and other special guests to present exclusive Holocaust Remembrance programming, culminating in a livestreamed performance Jan. 31. The online concert is part of the symphonys weeklong experiences to commemorate and honor the 6 million Jewish victims of the Holocaust and millions of other victims of Nazism

How legacies of the Holocaust should inform health care – American Medical Association

| January 18, 2021

Bioethics has been significantly influenced by health professionals involvement in atrocities of the Holocaust. From abortion to xeno-transplantation, deliberation on almost every ethics topic in health care today has been influenced by Nazi medical crimes. These topics include genetics, informed consent, public health, military and civilian health policy and practice, death and dying, human subjects research and refugee care.

Holocaust survivor Sam Weinreb dies at 94 | TribLIVE.com – TribLIVE

| January 18, 2021

TribLIVE's Daily and Weekly email newsletters deliver the news you want and information you need, right to your inbox. Sam Weinreb, a Holocaust survivor who raised his family in McKeesport, passed away peacefully Friday at Hebrew Senior Life Rehabilitation Center in Roslindale, Mass. He was 94

The Holocaust Separated This Little Girl And Her Best Friend. Eighty Years Later, The Florida Holocaust Museum Reunited Them. – WMFE

| January 18, 2021

Ana Mara Wahrenberg and Betty Grebenschikoff were childhood friends separated by the Holocaust.80 years later, they reunited.

Holocaust Memorial Center hosts ‘Soap Myth’ online reading and discussion – The Detroit News

| January 8, 2021

Award-winning playwright Jeff Cohen is heralding the importance of listening to Holocaust survivors while they're still living.


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