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August 19, 2018


The people who helped

On the 30th anniversary of a book called "Rescuers," the New York Times published a piece about some of the non-Jewish Europeans who were spotlighted for risking their lives to protect Jews during the Holocaust. At least three of the featured rescuers gave testimonies to USC Shoah Foundation. Here are their stories.


Inspired by Testimony

Jewish Holocaust survivor Agnes Adachi on antisemitic name-calling

Jewish Holocaust survivor Agnes Adachi shares a story about the antisemitic name-calling she endured as a child attending school in Hungary during World War II. The clip is included in the IWitness University activity “Promoting Civility in Co-Curricular Spaces,” which was coauthored by the student body president at West Virginia University.


Online Exhibit

Journeys Through the Holocaust

A journey, in the most literal and simplistic sense involves movement from one place to another. This movement could mean physical displacement, as happened to many thousands of people before, during, and after the Holocaust. Journeys can also be metaphoric, emotional, psychological...

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