Auschwitz

Fellowship Blog

The Count of Auschwitz

Charles Coward was a British POW during World War II who escaped multiple camps before being transferred to Auschwitz, where he saved hundreds of Jewish lives.

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The Dancer of Auschwitz

Franceska Mann was a Jewish dancer from Poland who sparked a resistance against the Nazis in 1943, losing her life, but standing up against evil.

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Tribute to a Survivor

The Fellowship has lost a friend, Hermann Gruenwald, who survived Auschwitz and spent the rest of his life adding light to this dark world.

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Photo Friday: Your Children I Will Save

Seventy-five years ago this week, Jewish children like these were liberated from the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp.

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An End to Childhood

A Polish Jew who survived the Holocaust, Miriam Akavia went on to make aliyah, write about her life, and build bridges that helped fight anti-Semitism.

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Be the Change Makers

A Holocaust survivor is speaking to today's young people to "create a world of unity, respect, and tolerance."

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What It Meant to Sound the Shofar at Auschwitz

During the Holocaust, every act of faith was also an act of resistance — and a miracle.

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A Shofar That Defied the Nazis

A Holocaust survivor's daughter brings forth a relic of Auschwitz and her father's story of the power of faith in the face of death.

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She Survived Auschwitz and Asked Us to Forgive

Eva Mozes Kor would survive Auschwitz concentration camp, including the horrific experiments of Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele, to go on and teach the world about the Holocaust and the power of forgiveness.

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