Adapted from diaries written by three young Hungarian Jews and their non-Jewish friend during the last months of WWII- Talking with Angels is an extraordinary account of close friends who found transcendence in the face of tragedy. Woven into their account of Nazi occupation of Budapest are the remarkable conversations they had with numinous forces that appeared to them to be angels. Banned under the Communist regiem in Hungary until 1990 this penetrating true story comes to ife in this uminous one-woman performance.
Brohan Press has just released a quality reprint of this important book on the Polish tradegy during the Holocaust. It is complete and illustrated. Full table of contents available at website with online ordering. Major credit cards accepted.
We are collecting six million buttons to honor the memory of those who perished in the Holocaust, and an additional five million buttons to remember the "Enemies of the State" who perished under Nazi rule.
These will be part of a permanent glass sculpture in Peoria, IL, teaching the lessons of combating racism, bigotry, hared and prejudice.
The museum exhibits describe Jewish life before World War II and the destruction of the European Jews by the Germans. The site gives information on all the activities of the museum and gives e-mail contacts to all its departments, library and archives. You can search on line GFH archive and see photos and art on your screen.