"Hearing one person tell their story gave a completely different perspective to what happened, as it wasn't about statistics or about a nation as a whole, but one person who lost his family and home." ~O. Avery (student)

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David Tuck Biography now available

The Holocaust Awareness Museum and Education Center is pleased to provide you with a new survivor biography of David Tuck. David survived the Lodz ghetto, Auscwhitz-Birkenau, and Mauthausen before being liberated on May 8, 1945.
View it here

How Women Helped the Holocaust

This is verbatim of the article from the Krakow Post on September 8, 2010. The link may no longer be available.

How Women Helped the Holocaust
By William Schreiber | 8th September 2010

Exploring new perspectives on the Shoah

For victims of the Holocaust, there was no retreat from misery. But when the soldiers of the Third Reich finished for the day, they returned home to a model Germany complete with housewives and kindergarten.