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Stories of the Holocaust By Natalie Ashley Stephanie Libarian Flores Gomez
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We are a group of three students who chose to educate students by doing short stories that are emotional, dramatic, and informational.
A Dialogue of Suffering Between the Crucifixion and the Holocaust By Rick Wienecke
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Revised, B&W version of the previous full colour book. A Dialogue of Suffering Between the Crucifixion and the Holocaust is a curriculum designed to be used for personal use or small study... More > groups. This book also contains many pictures of the Fountain of Tears. Not meant to be an intellectual exercise, this study tool delves deeper in the connection and similarities that exist between the Crucifixion and the Holocaust. The material is based on the ‘The Fountain of Tears’, a sculptured dialogue of suffering between the Crucifixion and the Holocaust. Don't expect to find clear-cut answers, but allow God the Father to share His tears one layer at a time, in the questions.< Less
“SCHOLARLY WORKS ON HOLOCAUST AND GENOCIDE NARRATIVES: THE POTENTIAL FOR A NEW EDUCATIONAL MODEL IN UNIVERSITY STUDIES” By Dr. Murray Henner & Dr. Murray Henner
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Some holocaust scholars have argued that the Germans tortured and murdered Jews with zeal because they were subjected to virulent anti-Semitism for generations before Hitler became leader of Germany.... More > These scholars do not claim that Germans practiced genocide because of fanatic nationalism, or due to overwhelming psychological and social pressure. These scholars point to historical precedents for anti-Semitism. This theory asserts that Germans enthusiastically embraced Nazi philosophy because that actually believed genocide of the Jews was a necessity.< Less
The Holocaust Boxcar - A Powerful Admonition Against ­Anti-Semitism By Joachim Reppmann & Friedhelm Caspari
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“You must know everything that happened then. And why it happened.” This is the appeal made by the Auschwitz survivor Esther Bejarano to the present and future generations. In doing this,... More > she issues a mandate not only to Germans, but to all the nations, to go beyond remembering and memorializing the millions of victims of National Socialist tyranny by understanding its historical context. On May 8, 1985, Richard von Weizsäcker said as a former president of the Federal Republic, “It is not a matter of overcoming the past. That simply cannot be done. It is not possible to make it ‘undone.’ But anyone who closes his eyes to the past becomes blind to the present. Anyone who does not remember that inhumanity exists, becomes susceptible to new dangers of infection.”< Less
A Life By George Kondor
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The Author survived the Holocaust in Hungary in a safe house organised by Raoul Wallenberg, only to experience life as a student and academic under Stalinist regime. He describes this, and his... More > subsequent life as a University Lecturer and Professor in Canada.< Less
Life of Michael Novice By Michael Novice
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This volume is the story of our beloved Dad, Michael Novice, who survived the Holocaust. Part 1 is his “Autobiography”, which summarizes his life from birth to about 1995. He describes... More > his life before the war as well as his incredible and terrifying experiences during the Holocaust. Part 2 is an article called “Recollections”, in which he describes his experiences, thoughts and feelings as he created a new life for himself after the war. He was brought to England after liberation as one of a group of 732 young survivors known as “The Boys”. Dad describes the kinds of medical, financial, educational and emotional support he received as a “Boy”” as well as several memorable experiences he had as he recovered from the horrific traumas of the Holocaust. Additional parts bring the reader up to date in 2017 at his 90th birthday celebration.< Less
Grandpa's Book By Frank Beck
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This book was written for my Grandchildren, but may be of general interest. It describes the experiences of a child refugee and his education and subsequent integration in society as a husband and... More > father with a career.< Less
A Dialogue of Suffering By Rick Wienecke
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A Dialogue of Suffering Between the Crucifixion and the Holocaust is a curriculum designed to be used for personal use or small study groups. This book also contains many pictures of the Fountain of... More > Tears. Not meant to be an intellectual exercise, this study tool delves deeper in the connection and similarities that exist between the Crucifixion and the Holocaust. The material is based on the The Fountain of Tears, a sculptured dialogue of suffering between the Crucifixion and the Holocaust. Don't expect to find clear-cut answers, but allow God the Father to share His tears one layer at a time, in the questions.< Less
My Story By Lola Taubman
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Lola Taubman was born in 1925 in the Carpathian Mountains (then Czechoslovakia). Life was rich in her extended Jewish family, part of a community with citizens from many backgrounds, where multiple... More > languages were common currency, and education mingled with the joys and games of youth. By the late 1930s, anti-Semitism grew, and communities were disrupted. In May 1944, Lola and her family, and the remaining Jews from her town, were sent to Auschwitz. Lola was chosen to work; her immediate family perished. In January 1945, as the allies approached, the Nazis moved her, with many others from Auschwitz, on a series of death marches. Life as a DP followed, with a 4-year struggle to emigrate to the U.S. Arriving in New York in 1949, she later relocated to the Detroit area, where she married Sam Taubman and raised a family. Since the mid-1990s, she has been an inspiring speaker about her Holocaust experiences. Now, she shares her amazing story with us in this moving narrative of her life’s journey.< Less
My Story By Lola Taubman
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Lola Taubman was born in 1925 in the Carpathian Mountains (then Czechoslovakia). Life was rich in her extended Jewish family, part of a community with citizens from many backgrounds, where multiple... More > languages were common currency, and education mingled with the joys and games of youth. By the late 1930s, anti-Semitism grew, and communities were disrupted. In May 1944, Lola and her family, and the remaining Jews from her town, were sent to Auschwitz. Lola was chosen to work; her immediate family perished. In January 1945, as the allies approached, the Nazis moved her, with many others from Auschwitz, on a series of death marches. Life as a DP followed, with a 4-year struggle to emigrate to the U.S. Arriving in New York in 1949, she later relocated to the Detroit area, where she married Sam Taubman and raised a family. Since the mid-1990s, she has been an inspiring speaker about her Holocaust experiences. Now, she shares her amazing story with us in this moving narrative of her life’s journey.< Less

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