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Dayton Holocaust Blog
Local Physician Presents “Medicine and The Holocaust: From Ashes to Action” Dr. David Shuster offers life-changing lessons for today and an inspirational call to action OAKWOOD –Dr. David Shuster, a local private practice physician and medical professor, will share his expertise and research on the practice of medicine during the Holocaust. Dr. Shuster will present […]
website of a new museum in Israel dedicated to Jewish soldiers who fought in World War II. The main page is in Hebrew; click on the word “English” at the left just below the photo. http://www.jwmww2.org/
here’s an announcement of a Holocaust conference this fall: http://www.h-net.org/announce/show.cgi?ID=221668
Everyone is invited to the Jewish community’s annual commemoration of Yom haShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day) at Beth Abraham Synagogue on Sunday, April 12, 3-6 PM. Art from the Max May Memorial Holocaust Art Contest will be on exhibit from 3 to 4, and the commemoration ceremony starts at 4 PM. The speaker is Holocaust survivor […]
Please join us for an upcoming performance at Sinclair Community College on March 17, by Ariel Luckey. It’s called “Amnesia” and is about the experiences of Jewish immigrants and refugees who came to America in the Nazi era and before. See this website: http://www.arielluckey.com/projects/amnesia/ The Sinclair event is at 12:30 PM on March 17 in […]
only 15 minutes; high quality; good for classroom use.
The Holocaust Museum in Washington is now accepting scholarship applications for its summer fellowship program. http://www.ushmm.org/…/pr…/museum-teacher-fellowship-program
and for those who might be looking for opportunities in higher education, or if you know someone who is: http://fellowships.claimscon.org/
new and very comprehensive curriculum from the Holocaust Educational Trust – it’s British, but certainly appropriate for American classrooms too. http://www.het.org.uk/