• Survivor Story: Max Tibor Eisen

    “I was born in Moldava, Czechoslovakia in 1929 into a large religious family. I was deported to Auschwitz from Moldava (which was then in Hungary) in 1944, at age 15, where I was imprisoned from May 1944 until January 1945. My immediate and extended family was made up of approximately sixty persons which included my […]

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  • Survivor Story: Ann Kazimirski

    By Ann Kazimirski From 1939 to 1945, the German machine of destruction systematically killed six million Jews, including one million children. Poland, my native country, had a large Jewish population of approximately 3,011,000 before the Second World War. By 1945, 3,000,000 of these Jews had been murdered. Fifty years later, I still cannot forget the […]

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  • Riots Of Kristallnacht – Reinhard Heydrich’s Instructions, November 1938

    Copyright © 2016 Yad Vashem. The World Holocaust Remembrance Center Secret Copy of Most Urgent telegram from Munich, of November 10, 1938, 1:20 A.M. To All Headquarters and Stations of the State Police All districts and Sub-districts of the SD Urgent! For immediate attention of Chief or his deputy! Re: Measures against Jews tonight Following […]

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