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Romania Passes Bill Mandating Holocaust and Jewish History Education in All High Schools – Algemeiner

| November 23, 2021

Romanias parliament passed a law on Monday that makes Holocaust and Jewish history education mandatory in all high schools throughout the country. The school subject will be called History of the Holocaust and the Jewish people, with curricula, teaching materials and methodology developed by the Elie Wiesel National Institute for the Study of the Holocaust in Romania, in collaboration with Romanias Ministry of Education.

‘Love It Was Not’ Documents An Unlikely Love Story In Auschwitz – Forbes

| November 23, 2021

Show Art for "Show It Was Not" Featuring an image of Franz Wunsch and Helena Citron Love it Was Not is a stunning documentary by Israeli director Maya Sarfaty about a romance between young Franz Wunsch, an Austrian SS Guard, and Helena Citron, a Jewish prisoner in Auschwitz.

Vaccines, violence and the far-right: a visit to Germany’s COVID infection capital – Haaretz

| November 23, 2021

LEIPZIG - Frauke and Peter are confused. On Monday, new coronavirus regulations are taking effect in the German state of Saxony, and they arent exactly sure what that means for their little book store. It will remain open, but from now on they may have to politely turn away unvaccinated customers.

Shoah Foundation’s Virtual Archive Purchased by CSUN Library to Preserve History – CSUN Today

| November 4, 2021

Ruth Ellen Glcksmann (center) in Margate, England in 1939, pictured with her foster mother, unknown woman and other foster children, shortly after arriving in England via the Kindertransport in May of 1939 from the Heim Isenberg home in Neu Isenberg, near Frankfurt Am Mein, for unmarried Jewish women and their children.

Memories of Kristallnacht: By a second generation survivor. – The Jerusalem Post

| November 4, 2021

Prof. Steinberg is taking part in March of the Living "Let There Be Light" global initiative in commemoration of "Kristallnacht" My father, Henry Steinberg, was born in Berlin one of eight children, four brothers and four sisters.

Meeting the pope and the ecumenical patriarch – The Jewish Standard

| November 4, 2021

If we are lucky, as we get older our horizons expand as we continue to retain our solid footing in our world as it grows around us.

From the Holocaust to Israel: Crossing borders to the Jewish state – The Jerusalem Post

| October 18, 2021

In 1921, when he was just six months old, my father was smuggled in a potato sack across international borders. Desperately fleeing antisemitic pogroms in the Ukraine, my grandparents set out on a perilous journey to reach relative safety in Poland

How The Rescue Re-enacted the 2018 Thai Cave Rescue With the Divers Who Lived It – Vulture

| October 18, 2021

Photo: National Geographic The National Geographic documentary The Rescue pulls off something almost as far-fetched as its subject matter. It turns a story whose outcome is instantly familiar the search-and-rescue mission to recover 12 young soccer players and their coach who became trapped in a flooded labyrinth of caves in northern Thailand in 2018 into a white-knuckle viewing experience filled with unexpected twists, heartrending drama, and suspense. Directed by the husband-and-wife duo E.

‘Shared Commitment’: IAF and German Air Force commanders lead flight over Israel – J-Wire Jewish Australian News Service

| October 18, 2021

Browse > Home / News / Shared Commitment: IAF and German Air Force commanders lead flight over Israel October 18, 2021 by Aryeh Savir - TPS Read on for article Israel experienced a one-of-a-kind flyover in its skies on Sunday when Israeli Air Force Commander (IAF) Major General Amikam Norkin and the German Air Force Commander Lieutenant General Ingo Gerhartz led the Wings of History joint flyover. The flyover passed over Jerusalem and the Israeli Knesset and then Tel Aviv. Gerhartz flew in a Eurofighter specially painted with the Israeli and German flags, and Norkin flew in a Baz F-15

‘A Memorial And A Name’: The Story Of Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum – Honestreporting.com

| October 18, 2021

Angela Merkels last trip to Israel as chancellor of Germany this week included visits to a number of important sites. Possibly the most significant destination on her two-day itinerary was Yad Vashem The World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem


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