Guest Speaker: Paul A Shapiro, Director of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Paul will give a talk on: "The Search for Traces: The ITS (International Tracing Service) & Opening the Bad-Arolsen Holocaust Archival Records".
Paul Shapiro, Director of the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, has led the Museum’s effort to provide focused leadership to the field of Holocaust Studies in the US and abroad since 1997.
Guest Speaker:Raphael Aron, Director, Cult Consulting Australia will speak about ‘Jewish Drama in Real Life: Drawing Inspiration from Adversity’
Raphael is the Director of Cult Consulting Australia. His is the author of five books including “Cults: Too Good to be True” and “Cults, Terror and Mind Control”.
Six Million and One (2011) 93 mins
Directed by David Fisher
A filmmaker and his siblings research the experiences of their late father, who survived the Holocaust during World War II.
As part of the annual Lodz Ghetto Commemoration to be held at the Jewish Holocaust Centre on Sunday morning 31 August, an online interactive exhibition will be launched, titled Lodz: Strength of Hope.
The online presentation comprises rescued documents and photographs from the World War Two period combined with eyewitness testimony to bring the experience of surviving the horrors of the Lodz Ghetto to life.
The Jewish Holocaust Centre is proud to present the World Premiere of Tunnel of Hope.
A Documentary Film Directed & Produced by Dror Shwartz &Co-Produced by Michael Kagan
Tunnel of Hope is the untold story of the escape by 230 Jewish slave workers from the Novogrudok work camp on the night of September 26th 1943. It is one of the greatest escapes that took place during the Second World War.
Important Announcement for recipients of compensation payments from Germany.
Registered recipients of German compensation can have their ‘Life Certificates’ endorsed officially at the Jewish Holocaust Centre on Thursday 21 August 2014, between 2:00pm and 4:00pm.
2014 marks 30 years from when the Jewish Holocaust Centre opened its doors.
On May 20, 2014 the Jewish Holocaust Centre will host a special gala evening to commemorate this milestone. Our goal is simple – ‘remember the past, change the future’. Please make a note of this date in your diary.