1. Ruth (Simon) Heinemann - A Kinder's Survival (IN GERMAN)

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    from Susan Berman Added 145 0 0

    Ruth (Simon) Heinemann recounts her family's experience preceding, during and after the Holocaust. It's a story of courage, love, sacrifice, survival and honor. Unfortunately, its also one of discrimination, antisemitism, deceit and genocide. Shortly after her father is arrested on Kristallnacht on November 9th, 1938, Ruth, 13, and her younger sister, Hilde, 11, find themselves on a train bound for Holland via Hamburg. This was the first leg of their journey to England on something known as the Kindertransport. They became part of a mission that saved 10,000 Jewish children when they were sent to England for safe keeping by their loved ones during the Holocaust. What happens to the rest of their family as they find themselves on the ill fated ship, the St. Louis, bound for Havana, Cuba is tragic and heartbreaking. This true story is told in German by Ruth and was filmed by her two grandsons David and Dan Berman in her home in Florida in January, 2011. The story begins in Germany and takes us to England, Holland, United States and to Poland where half the family is murdered in the concentration camp, Sorbibor.

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    • Righteous Conversations

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      Two teens share the story of how they came to create The Righteous Conversations Project, in which teens and Holocaust survivors come together to create media projects about injustices in our world. The film describes their experiences with the project and their relationship to the Holocaust as a central feature of their Jewish identities. An official selection of the Teen Jewish Film Festival. Directors: Jamie Feiler, Rebecca Hutman Featuring Helen Freeman Music: Elai Shine Artistic Director: Cheri Gaulke Executive Director: Samara Hutman Produced at Harvard-Westlake School ©2012 The Righteous Conversations Project

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      • Oseh Shalom

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        A New Year's Blessing and greeting from the Holocaust survivors and teens of The Righteous Conversations Project.

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        • A Third Party Point of View

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          Kevin Little, Treasurer of The Matzevah Foundation, comments on why he participates in Jewish cemetery restoration projects in Poland.

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          • Denmark in World War II: the miraculous escape of Hanna Skop

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            In 1939 Hanna Skop fled with her parents and elder brother from nazi-Germany to Denmark. In October 1943 she, with over 7200 other Jews, was rescued by Danish people who helped them to escape from the planned razzia’s. They were evacuated to the eastern coast where they were hidden. Then fishermen helped them to escape on their boats to Sweden.

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            • PATERNITY

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              a father's reflection on his father

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              • An Interview with Stephen M. Goldman

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                We are proud to announce that "An Interview with Stephen M. Goldman" was nominated for a 2014 Emmy award. This award is presented by the National Academy of Arts and Sciences : Michigan Chapter We are proud to announce "An Interview with Stephen M. Goldman" received the 2014 NATAS, Michigan Chapter, Emmy Award for the category "Public/Current/Community Affairs" Stephen Goldman was instrumental in acquiring a Nazi / Holocaust era boxcar for the Holocaust Memorial Center, located in Southeast Michigan. This is an interview with Stephen as explains what the boxcars were used for and the importance of the Holocaust Center for future generations. Production: A film by Dane Gussin and David Tietmeyer Canon 7d - 1st Camera David Tietmeyer, 2nd Camera Dane Gussin Edited on adobe CS6 - Editor, David Tietmeyer Lighting - David Tietmeyer Still Photographer - Dane Gussin Research / Development - Dane Gussin

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                • Students Bearing Witness | Dr. Alfred Munzer | Holocaust Survivor

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                  An interview with Dr. Alfred Munzer, Holocaust survivor, by the Students Bearing Witness class of the B'nai Israel Congregation Talmud Torah in Rockville, Maryland.

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                  • Holocaust Survivor Testimonial George Waldman

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                    This video is part of the Columbus Jewish Community's Holocaust Survivor Testimonial Archive. This testimonial is presented by George Waldman.

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                    • Transport XX - One Minute in Paradiso, Amsterdam

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                      Amsterdam - Paradiso Nov. 28, 2010 - The One Minutes - Where history starts ... Recording of the Transport XX one-minute film presentation: November 28, 2010 the Dutch Museum of National History and The One Minutes presented a selection of videos about Dutch History in Paradiso, Amsterdam. Artists and art students were asked to make a one minute video about where history starts. The videos were shown at the 'Waar Geschiedenis Begint Show' (Where history starts). Special host is artist and theater director Steven de Jong. Multiple screens at opposite sides in Paradiso offered a good view for everyone on the show. "Transport XX" This short! documentary is a video impression (February 28th, 2009) of the confrontation of passers-by with the TRANSPORT XX installation in Brussels, that presented photographic portraits of 1,200 of the 1,631 Jewish prisoners deported with the 20th train convoy to Auschwitz in 1943. On April 19, 1943 at 10 p.m. the 20th train convoy departed the Dossin barracks (Kazerne Dossin) in Mechelen (Belgium) with 40 cattle cars crammed with 1631 Jewish men, women and children for Auschwitz (Poland). The in Belgium captured Jews were over 90% 'foreigners' (with no Belgian nationality) who either when war broke out or (many) years earlier had fled from mainly Eastern Europe, Germany and Holland to Belgium. Half an hour after the departure of this transport XX three young Belgians from Brussels, Youra Livschitz, Jean Franklemon and Robert Maistriau stopped the train between Boortmeerbeek and Haacht, opened one of the cars and liberated 17 prisoners. Later before the train reaches the German border over 200 other prisoners decide to attempt to escape and also jump out of the cars. In total 233 people attempted to escape, and 188 did succeed. Unfortunately also 26 were killed and 89 others recaptured and interned or put on future trains to Auschwitz. This 20th transport arrived at Auschwitz on April 22. Only 153 of those on board survived this death camp. This was the only documented attack on a death train during the Shoah. Credits The Kazerne Dossin digitalised the photo's of the Dossin prisoners, that mostly are from the "National State Archives of Belgium. Ministry of Justice, Public Safety Office, Foreigner's Police, individual files" The TRANSPORT XX installation in Brussels was organised from 27 January to 15 March 2009 by the BELvue Museum in collaboration with the JMDR / Kazerne Dossin. The photographic portraits were displayed outside in the Royal park in Brussels (opposite the Royal Palace). Thank you: Marjan Verplancke and other co-workers of the Jewish Museum of Deportation and Resistance (JMDR) in Mechelen (Malines, Belgium) and project "Give them a Face". With the ‘Give Them a Face’ project the Kazerne Dossin aims to bring together as many portraits of deportees from the Dossin barracks in Mechelen as possible and give them back their face - and the memory alive. This 'one minute cut' is a reworking of the video "TRANSPORT XX - installation Brussels" presented earlier in 2009 at youtube/channel012. For this special 'The One Minute' edition, the original film of around 3 minutes was edited to a 1-minute cut. Because of the special format of the 'The One Minutes' the credits and title were omitted from the actual footage, the title was added by the organisation at display. © 2009-2012 http://michelvanderburg.com Links iclip @ youtube - http://www.youtube.com/iclip channel012 @ youtube - http://www.youtube.com/channel012 theoneminutes - http://www.theoneminutes.org/ Kazerne Dossin - http://www.kazernedossin.eu/ National State Archives of Belgium - http://www.arch.be/ Waar Geschiedenis Begint - http://www.innl.nl/page/5858/nl Museum of National History - http://www.innl.nl/

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