From: Vimeo on Sun, Jul 10 2011 7:09 AM
Dr. Hajo G. Meyer joins us in the NvTv studio. He was born in 1924 in Bielefeld, Germany. Not allowed to attend school there after November 1938, he fled to the Netherlands, alone. In 1944, after a year in the underground, he was caught and subsequently survived 10 months in Auschwitz death camp...
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From: Vimeo on Tue, May 17 2011 1:17 AM
TIKKUN commissioned by Temple Emanuel, Newton MA to be produced by Naomi Raiselle of GENERATIONS cinemastories to be shown at Yom Ha’Shoah commemorative service at the Temple on April 12, 2010. Participants are first, second and third generation survivors of the holocaust, members of ...
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From: Vimeo on Thu, Feb 10 2011 8:39 AM
Heinz describes the realisation that he would have to leave Germany to escape the Nazi threat. He recounts his experiences in Munich during Kristallnacht, when his father was arrested and taken to Dachau concentration camp, after being forced to sign the Jewish community’s assets over to the Naz...
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From: Vimeo on Wed, Feb 09 2011 4:51 PM
Heinz describes his marriage to Thea after returning from internment, and his involvement in war work. He explains becoming a naturalised British citizen and developing a sense of belonging. He explains why he feels it’s important that young people today learn about the events of the Holocaust.&...
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From: Vimeo on Wed, Feb 09 2011 12:06 PM
Heinz describes the Leeds authorities' treatment of Jewish refugees at the beginning of the Second World War. He explains the internment system and describes being categorised as an enemy alien and interned in the Isle of Man and then Canada, returning to Leeds in 1942. Copyright i...
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From: Vimeo on Wed, Feb 09 2011 9:12 AM
Heinz recounts his parents' last-minute escape from Germany just days before the outbreak of war and their fear that they wouldn’t be able to get out. Copyright in this video is held by the Holocaust Survivors Friendship Association.
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From: Vimeo on Wed, Feb 09 2011 6:00 AM
Heinz describes his family’s desperate attempts to find a way to get out of Germany. His brother Frank managed to get away to England after his relationship with a non-Jewish girl was reported to the local Gestapo. Frank was able to find Heinz a job in Leeds, though Heinz was writing to every co...
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From: Vimeo on Tue, Feb 08 2011 2:20 PM
In March 1944 the German forces occupied Hungary. Eugene describes being made to wear a star of David and how his family home became part of the ghetto. On 14 May he returned home from school to find his family being loaded onto an army truck. He describes the journey to Auschwitz by cattle wagon...
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From: Vimeo on Mon, Feb 07 2011 1:57 PM
Eugene explains what happened to him after liberation. He describes meeting a British captain who took on Eugene and his friend as interpreters. He describes meeting his wife, Annie, at the British Army training headquarters in Sennelager and moving to Britain in 1949 to marry her. Cop...
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From: Vimeo on Mon, Feb 07 2011 1:33 PM
Eugene explains why he talks about his Holocaust experiences, beginning with his first interview with the Shoah Foundation in 1997. He describes learning to live with his memories, the meaning of survival and the impact the Holocaust has had on his faith. Copyright in this film is held...
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From: Vimeo on Sun, Feb 06 2011 6:21 AM
Margaret describes her family background in a cosmopolitan family in Kaunas, capital of Lithuania, which had a diverse population. She went to a Lithuanian school, not a Jewish school. Her family was assimilated and did not define themselves as Jewish.
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From: Vimeo on Wed, Feb 02 2011 6:18 PM
Iby describes her flight from home when her mother discovered that Jewish girls were being rounded up and sent to the Eastern Front. She describes her journey across the border and her time in hiding in Budapest before becoming involved in the Hungarian Resistance.
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From: Vimeo on Wed, Feb 02 2011 1:49 PM
Iby describes her family background and her early life in Bratislava. She grew up in a non-religious Jewish family. she describes the implementation of Nazi anti-Jewish laws following the partition of Czechoslovakia, and the worsening situation for Jews after the beginning of the war.
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From: Vimeo on Wed, Jan 05 2011 8:50 PM
TOXIC HOLOCAUST - "Nuke the Cross"; taken from the album 'An Overdose of Death' - in stores now via Relapse Records. Buy on iTunes here: Buy at Relapse here: Producer/Director: Jaime Robillard
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From: Vimeo on Sun, Jan 02 2011 6:29 PM
Ruth Brand survived the holocaust. In these stories, Ruth shares first hand what it was like to live in a concentration camp and to live daily with the threat of death.
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From: Vimeo on Sun, Dec 12 2010 3:30 AM
This video is part of the Columbus Jewish Community’s Holocaust Survivor Testimonial Archive. This testimonial is presented by Eugene Boiman.
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From: Vimeo on Tue, Dec 07 2010 9:31 PM
Elena is one of 250,000 Holocaust survivors living in Israel today. These survivors are no longer able to make a living, and nearly half of them live in poverty. To help meet their needs Operation Blessing Israel is assisting survivors like Elena with food, medical care and home visits.
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From: Vimeo on Mon, Dec 06 2010 7:16 PM
This video is part of the Columbus Jewish Community’s Holocaust Survivor Testimonial Archive. This testimonial is presented by Hanna Fleischmann
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From: Vimeo on Sun, Nov 07 2010 7:15 PM
This video is part of the Columbus Jewish Community’s Holocaust Survivor Testimonial Archive. This testimonial is presented by Irwin Gletzer.
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From: Vimeo on Sun, Nov 07 2010 12:01 PM
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