This is another entry in the long list of events the Claims Conference has organized for survivors and their families in Israel and around the world.
And how are the survivors doing?
In 1945 she was liberated by the British army, after the Holocaust already took the lives of more than 50 of Pollack's relatives.
Michael Dobbs has penned a well-researched but dispassionate tale of the Jews in one German town during the Holocaust.
Born in the city of Munkacs in former Czechoslovakia, MM, as she asked to be referred to, currently resides in Sherman Oaks, California.
When Deborah asks Rotem if he thinks they’ll make it, he responds: “The only thing I can think of is how to blow the bastards up.”
Ruth Goldschmiedova Sax, 90, who survived three Nazi concentration camps, was the main draw of a panel on “Art During the Holocaust."
The March of the Living brings together different generations of the same family, providing a narrative of life among unspeakable pain and a message of renewal.
A special program at Sheba Medical Center is dedicated to meeting the unique emotional and physical needs of Holocaust survivors for each moment they are at the facility.
A new British documentary promises explosive new evidence of 1946 revenge plots against Nazis.