1. A Survivor's Experience


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    A talk with Holocaust survivor and prolific speaker Yisroel Abelesz, who shares his moving and personal story which is about to be released in a book. Born in Kapuvar, West Hungary near the Austrian border, Yisroel was 14 when he came to Aushwitz.

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    • UNLESS


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      We had the honour of helping the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal create a memorial for Holocaust Remembrance Day. Please share this video with as many friends as you can!

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      • Thanks For My Journey by Dr. Erica Miller: Book Trailer


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        Book Trailer for Thanks For My Journey by Dr. Erica Miller. Watch to learn more about the book Thanks For My Journey. A no-holds-barred story of bravery, survival, and unprecedented accomplishment that is both riveting and inspirational. Born in Tshernovitz, Romania, Dr. Erica Miller was only seven years old when the Nazis forced her and her family into a holding camp in the Ukraine, where they remained for four harrowing years before being liberated. But their relief was cut short when they returned to their home and found it occupied by Russians. Only when the family immigrated to Israel was Dr. Miller given the chance to escape the horrors of oppression and begin a new life chapter. Facing obstacles most of us would find insurmountable, Dr. Miller served in the Israeli air force and then went on to earn a PhD in clinical psychology in America. As a dedicated mental health professional, she founded a chain of clinics that have helped hundreds of patients heal. A story of hardship, perseverance, and ultimate victory, Thanks for My Journey also includes a special section in which Dr. Miller shares her inspirational reflections on such topics as gender roles, being Jewish, and the power in being true to oneself.

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        • The Day After The End


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          This was a short video I made for a conceptual Architecture Project for University. It was exploring the idea of what architectural difficulties we would face if we faced a terrible event such as a holocaust. The video is about setting the scene for the design project, making us think about the situation.

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          • 16 Photographs At Ohrdruf (Trailer)


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            With only a small stack of his grandfather's photos for guidance, filmmaker Matthew Nash tries to understand a family secret that began on April 4, 1945. His search reveals the horror of the first concentration camp found by the Allies and the amazing story of the soldiers who uncovered the Holocaust.

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            • Series ONE – Trailer


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              Like a stone dropped into a pond, the Shoah created ripples. Radiating outward through the lives of individuals and communities, each one contains a story that continues to impact our lives. The Ripple Project:One is a film consisting of six 20-minute chapters, each documenting the lives of ordinary people living the ripple effect of extraordinary circumstances. The film will introduce audiences to a sharp-minded poet in Maryland who has dedicated his life to recording the stories of fellow Shoah survivors; a grandfatherly painter in Brooklyn whose art provided a means of expressing, processing and sharing experiences beyond words; a New York-based Holocaust scholar and artist who visits a Jerusalem-based painter, survivor and friend hoping to encounter a living example of the courage of clandestine artists in the camps; a Rwandan genocide survivor documenting her journey as she seeks out the wisdom and guidance from a fading generation of Holocaust survivors; a Terezin survivor and star of the children’s opera Brundibar whose granddaughters in Florida who know little of their grandmother’s strength and nothing of her fame; A daughter discovers synchronicity between her scientific career and her father’s method of coping with his traumatic past. While putting a human face on familiar, yet unfathomable, statistics, this character-driven narrative documentary highlights the multigenerational effect of genocide by giving audiences glimpses into the lives of survivors and their families living in communities much like our own in the United States, Europe and Israel. Each of the characters profiled conveys the responsibility of survivors and younger generations to pass on the lessons and experiences of the Shoah. Although the chapters are very much connected as present-day acts of historical remembrance, they are most basically human tales of the inheritance of creativity and the drive to share and preserve one’s own legacy and family story.

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              • Helen's Story: A Holocaust Survivor


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                Helen Greenspun was just 13 when the Nazi's took her from her home in Poland. This brave woman says she must continue to tell her tale so the world will not forget and history will not be repeated. She is this year's Characters Unite winner from Bright House Networks and USA Networks.

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                • Treblinka and Majdanek


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                  Our first visit to Nazi death camps took place on June 23, 2012 when we went to treblinka and Majdanek. These are the highlights of the day.

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                  • Heim für Holocaustüberlebende


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                    • Discover Berlin’s Jewish Museum


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                      Designed by New York architect Daniel Libeskind, Berlin’s Jewish Museum provides visitors an unforgettable journey of memory and hope. We invite you to experience some of the unique architecture and the complexity of Jewish German history offered by this wonderful museum. For more information about visiting Europe please visit us at http://www.vikingrivercruises.com/video/jewish-museum/index.aspx

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