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AI identifies rocker Geddy Lees mother in Holocaust photos – The Times of Israel

| July 4, 2022

JTA Rockstar Geddy Lee found never-before-seen photos of his mothers family thanks to a new effort to apply artificial intelligence facial recognition technology to photographs from the Holocaust. Lees mother, Holocaust survivor Mary Weinrib, died last summer at 95 years old. But the researchers of the AI technology, From Numbers to Names, managed to find a photo of Weinrib from her time at the displaced persons camp in Bergen-Belsen a photo that then led Lee to find other photos of his mothers extended family from the Yad Vashem photo collection

The last Nazis … and the lawyers bringing them to justice – The Irish Times

| July 4, 2022

Every time Josef Schtz tottered into the Brandenburg sports hall, he surveyed the assembled crowd and announced: Good morning to all. It was no different on his last visit to the hall on Tuesday even though, for the frail 101-year-old in an oversized green shirt and blue striped trousers, it would prove to be a very bad morning.

ORPEA Announces Major Changes in Its Board of Directors – Business Wire

| July 4, 2022

PUTEAUX, France--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Regulatory News: Following the appointment of Laurent Guillot as ORPEA's (Paris:ORP) new Chief Executive Officer as of 1 July 2022, the ORPEA Group is announcing major changes in its Board of Directors that will be proposed at the next Annual General Meeting. The Annual General Meeting will therefore be asked to appoint five new directors for a four-year term, four of which will be independent and whose varied skills will bring additional expertise to the Group. The four new independent directors to be voted on by the shareholders on 28 July 2022 are: Furthermore, as announced on 2 May 2022 on the occasion of his appointment, Laurent Guillot, ORPEA's Chief Executive Officer, will also be proposed as a new director at the Annual General Meeting.

Students Bare Witness as culmination of Shoah studies, telling survivors stories – The Jewish Standard

| June 26, 2022

The premiere of Bare Witness 2022 was held June 2 at Torah Academy of Bergen County in Teaneck. The multimedia production part film and part live theater was the culmination of the year-long interdisciplinary Bare Witness Project of the 12th-grade Holocaust Studies class taught by Cary Reichardt and Rebecca Lopkin. Through the project, which bridges the gap between a typical history class and a dramatic production, the students learned about the Holocaust, racism, genocide, and World War II, and met with four Holocaust survivors, who recounted their experiences and answered questions from the class members

A History of Antisemitism – The New Face of Antisemitism: 1945 to Today – DW (English)

| June 26, 2022

In 1945, as Nazi Germany fell, the concentration camps were liberated, one by one. With this liberation, the murder of millions of Jews came to light

The diary of Anne Frank on the 75th anniversary of the first edition – Yahoo Finance UK

| June 26, 2022

Issuer: Anne Frank Fonds / Key word(s): Miscellaneous22.06.2022 / 15:10 The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. June 25, 2022: The diary of Anne Frank on the 75th anniversary of the first edition Bear witness, shape the future People should stop teaching history lessons and start teaching the lessons of history, is what Otto Frank wrote sixty years ago. He had lost his two daughters, Margot and Anne, and his wife Edith in the Shoah during the National Socialist genocide.

The intriguing tale of Rudolf Vrba, the first Jew to flee the death camp – Jewish News

| June 26, 2022

When Rudolf Vrba was planning his escape from Auschwitz, he was convinced that if only people knew what was happening there the industrialised murder, the experiments, the brutality someone would do something. It was why he kept numbers in his brilliant head; the transports, the numbers killed, the countries from where they came. He was determined to ensure his story of the genocide of a people would be so full of fact that he would be believed.

Center Symposium Presents Internationally-Acclaimed Holocaust Scholar Prof. Michael Berenbaum with a Re-Evaluation of the Threats of Past and Present…

| June 26, 2022

The Center for Judaic, Holocaust, and Peace Studies invites the public to an in-person presentation byProf. Michael Berenbaum, thedirector of the Sigi Ziering Institute and professor of Jewish Studies at American Jewish University, Los Angeles. Berenbaum, an internationally-acclaimed and hugely-infuential Holocaust scholar, will tackle one of the most pressing issues of our day, speaking on "Anti-Judaism and Anti-Semitism in European History and Visual Culture." His lecture will take place onSun., July 24, from 7:00 - 9:00 pm ESTinLecture Hall 114, Belk Library and Information Commons, 218 College St., ASU

The Judenrein town that spoke Hebrew | Lili Eylon | The Blogs – The Times of Israel

| June 26, 2022

The man had just inquired the price of an overnight room in the only pension in Schopfloch. Hearing the reply, he turned to his wife informing her in Hebrew, This is not expensive

Antisemitic Comedian Dieudonn M’bala M’bala, Who Was Fined, Banned From Performing And Sentenced To Prison For Hate Speech And Is On Twitter …

| June 4, 2022

French comedian Dieudonn M'bala M'bala is an openly antisemitic Holocaust denier. He has been convicted for hate speech, advocating terrorism, and slander in Belgium, France and Switzerland and has also been banned from performing shows as his antisemitism is mainly expressed in his shows.[1] However, Dieudonn is still active on his official website, on the Odysee streaming network, on Twitter and on Telegram.


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