- Public Spirit & The Willow Grove GuideJul 05 01:32 AM
UPPER SOUTHAMPTON “To all the revisionists — these are the people that say the Holocaust never happened — I’m telling you it did happen. I was there, I survived it and I am a living witness to it.”
- CNNJul 02 03:28 AM
Sir Nicholas Winton, who saved hundreds of children from the Holocaust, has died at the age of 106, British media reported.
- The RecordJul 03 10:46 PM
The backers of a tribute to Holocaust victims, one of two memorials currently planned for the municipal green in Teaneck, say the Township Council is moving too slowly to settle on specifications for the space, leaving the project in limbo years after it was first proposed.
- The Wessex Scene OnlineJul 04 09:16 AM
Many people believe that the Holocaust was the worst genocide in history, and that such an event will never be repeated.
- Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! NewsJul 01 02:05 PM
Sir Nicholas Winton – the man known as the “British Schindler,” who rescued hundreds of children bound for concentration camps during the Holocaust – died Wednesday at the age of 106, the BBC reported. Winton was a stockbroker in London when World War II began, and traveled to Czechoslovakia to arrange the transport and foster care of children who would otherwise be sent to concentration camps ...
- Sun-SentinelJun 26 11:18 AM
In early June, six Florida middle and high school students, including three from South Florida, took an all-expenses-paid educational trip to Washington, D.C. that they considered an amazing, once-in-a-lifetime experience.
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsJul 03 02:12 AM
Camp beds, biscuits and bottles of water: each night dozens of asylum seekers find refuge in an unusual yet highly symbolic place, Milan's Holocaust memorial. "Indifference": the word, carved in huge letters in a grey concrete wall, welcomes visitors to the site behind the north Italian city's central station, also known as "binario 21" (platform 21). For the past week the cold, solemn site ...
- ABC NewsJun 15 10:35 AM
Holocaust survivor Stevie Marks, 89, says it was one horrifying day in Warsaw, Poland that began her family's 7,000-mile escape from Nazi Europe.
- Washington PostJul 01 08:13 AM
Mr. Winton was credited with saving the lives of at least 669 boys and girls during World War II.
- Sun-SentinelJul 04 03:06 PM
A Hungarian rabbi described a colossal post-Holocaust find to a Boca Raton couple visiting Budapest: 113 Torahs, taken from the Hungarian Jewish community during World War II and plunked in a basement in a Russian city.
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