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Thursday, March 9, 2017
Holocaust survivor Arthur Spindler elaborates on the misconceptions that many people had of Jewish people during the time. Jewish people were illustrated as scary-evil people, that were responsible for the issues in society.
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Landing a job at UNESCO was a godsend for Jewish Holocaust survivor Andras Dallos, whose family had been stuck in Hungary, where Jewish persecution remained intense after World War II. The post not only enabled the family to resettle in Islamabad, Pakistan, but also provided financial stability, a pathway for his children to enroll in British universities, and ultimately paved the way for the family to immigrate to the United States.
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
In this clip, Beatrice Muchman recalls her favorite holiday when she was a little girl in hiding in the Belgian countryside with a Christian woman who hid her and her cousin. At the time, Beatrice and her cousin had converted to Catholicism. She eventually returned to her Jewish faith particularly through the help of her husband's family.