Ochberg’s legacy

In an effort to honor Ochberg and promote his legacy, The Isaac Ochberg Creative Writing Competition was held recently at the Alon High School in Ramat Hasharon.

March 14, 2019 19:02
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Ochberg’s legacy

Isaac Ochberg. (photo credit: TELFED)


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“Too few would have known about the South African, Isaac Ochberg, and his heroic rescue of almost 200 Jewish orphans in 1921 from Eastern Europe were it not for a 2008 documentary by Oscar-winning film director Jon Blair,” David E. Kaplan writes in the cover story of The Jerusalem Report. “Due to one man, thousands of Jews – descendants of the 1921 ‘Ochberg Orphans’ – are alive today.”


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