Holocaust

Fellowship Blog

Auschwitz: A Haunting Question

Eighty years after the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp opened, we share the somber reflections of our beloved Rabbi Eckstein, of blessed memory, after he visited this site where more than a million Jews were murdered during the Holocaust.

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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.

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To Save Jewish Children

Known as "the British Schindler," Nicholas Winton rescued 669 Jewish children on the eve of the Holocaust.

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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Saving 40,000 ‘Salvadorans’ from the Holocaust

Jose Castellanos Contreras was a diplomat from El Salvador who provided false visas to tens of thousands of Jews, saving them from the Nazis.

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Like a Son of Her Own

World War II cost a Christian woman in Belarus her husband and sons, but she still did all she could to save a Jewish boy from the Holocaust.

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A Knock at the Door

Loni and Albert Harder were a Christian couple who sheltered three Jewish women, three of the few who escaped one of the worst massacres of the Holocaust.

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The First American Righteous Gentile

Varian Fry was an American journalist who ran a rescue network during World War II that saved between 2,000 and 4,000 from death at the hands of the Nazis.

Yael's Holy Land Reflections

Remembering the Holocaust, This Year and Every Year

Times will change, even in ways we never imagined. But our commitment to remembering the Holocaust must always remain the same.

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‘Forrest Gump of Jewish History’ Succumbs to Coronavirus

From being part of the "Avengers" partisan group fighting Nazis to smuggling himself into the early Jewish state, Benjamin Levin played a role in many turning points in Jewish history.

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A Bridge Builder and Persecuted Pastor

Hermann Maas was a German minister who was an advocate not only of Zionism, but for the Jewish people during the Holocaust, many of whom he saved from the Nazis.

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