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My grandfather was sent to a German concentration camp because he was Jewish. I've watched Schindler's List probably a dozen times over the years, everytime I do I cry.
What happened should never be forgotten.
Congratulations on 20 amazing years of perserving such an important piece of world history!
Es ist eine große Aufgabe die Erinnerung wachzuhalten und die Gedanken und Erfahrungen der betroffenen Menschen so zu dokumetieren, dass sie für alle Zeiten bleiben werden.
Ein beeindruckendes Projekt
The value of the work of the USC Shoah Foundation exceeds all measure. Through the highly informative and riveting testimony of my birth mother, a survivor of both Auschwitz and Bergen- Belsen, I have been able to "know" her in a way that would otherwise have not been possible. While she and I will not meet in person, the video has provided me with a previously unknown knowledge of my heritage. Thanks be to God and Mr. Spielberg for this miraculous and life- changing discovery.
USC Shoah Foundation has continued in their efforts in closing every ignorant person’s mind about the Holocaust and its denial. The organization has helped many Jewish survivors’ talk about their ordeals and the impact on how the Holocaust has hurt those who have survived and killed millions worldwide. This crime against humanity was purely built on hate and spread across the nation with one country at a time. The time is to act now and put an end to hate and continue our mission on not forgetting what the Holocaust has done for we are all touch and are haunted by the images forever.
I am helping my friend research her family. Jacki was adopted but knew her mother's maiden name. We were thrilled to see her uncle Kelly Bernard's testimony on line. Jacki was thrilled to see a blood relative. We have now discovered her other uncle - Ya'akov Keler's testimony in your archive. It's in Hebrew. All three children left Germany on the kindertransport for England.
Jacki's mother died before she could get to meet her but she looks forward to contacting her cousins.
Thank you for this wonderful archive,
Thank you so much for this amazing project. And I hope people will never forget what happen and it will be remembered from generation to generation. Keep up the good work! You guys are amazing!
What a living tribute to the 6 million lost, and a testimony of learning for my children and grandchildren...
Thank you Mr. Spielberg,your work allow us to know the truth about the biggest tragedy of the 20th century by the survivors,because the memory lives on.