Voices from the Ashes

Keeping the voices of the Holocaust alive and strong is one significant way that we can, like Elie Wiesel, “never be silent whenever and wherever human beings endure suffering and humiliation.”

Magda Brown: Enmeshed in the “Final Solution”

Magda Brown was only 17 years old when she and her mother were packed into train cars, and with little information about where they were going, they became enmeshed as part of the Nazis' "final solution."

Agnes Schwartz: "A Hidden Child"

Agnes Schwartz from Budapest, Hungary, was 10 years old when German forces occupied her town and her family was forced to move to the ghetto.

Janine Oberrotman: "I Give Life to Those Who Died"

Janine Oberrotman survived living in the Jewish ghetto, living as another "hidden child," only to be denounced, arrested and sent to a Nazi labor camp.

Hermann Grunewald's Horrific Journey

Hermann Grunewald was born in Hungary to a well-to-do Jewish family. When the Germans invaded in 1941, Hermann began a horrific journey through three Nazi death camps, including Auschwitz.

Josef Katz: His Story Will Not Be Forgotten

As a young boy, Josef Katz, a Ukrainian Jew, was imprisoned in the notorious Nazi death camp at Auschwitz. For many years, Josef kept his horrific stories to himself.

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