A new novel that is filled with tears and (paradoxically) laughter, flashing from the devastation of the Holocaust to the light-heartedness of modern day, and the secret of how these worlds come together.
Aimée Leduc, a French-American detective, discovers an old Jewish woman murdered in the Marais. Circumstances lead her to the neo-Nazis but the crime leads to an old murder fifty years before in Occupied Paris
Music Of Remembrance commemorates the Holocaust by performances of classical music composed by victims, survivors and contemporaries of the Holocaust. Located in Seattle's Benaroya Hall, MOR produces two concerts per year, one to commemorate Kristallnacht and the other for Yom Hashoah
I went to Poland in April of 1995 on the March of the Living Tour, and took photographs. My intention was not to have an exhibition but to have photographs for my own use. I took along several cameras including black and white film, being the photographic medium of the time.
Award winning documentary film on the Kindertransports, a rescue movement which saved nearly 10,000 Jewish children in the months before WWII. Suitable for ages 12 and up. Showing in a movie theatre in NY in December 1998, Videotape & film available for educational and home rental or purchase.