Piecing Together One Family's Holocaust History (Film Screening)
|Date||Tue, Jul 13 (all day)|
Join the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to explore this inspiring true story, and how preserving Holocaust evidence and researching our own family trees can deepen understanding of history.
After fleeing Nazism, many Jews concealed their identities to survive and protect their loved ones. Following the war, these Holocaust survivors and their descendants struggled to find those left behind. Learn how personal artifacts help families piece together their past:
July 13–27 | Global film screening
July 20, 6PM CST | Live discussion
Michael Gruenbaum, Author, Somewhere There Is Still a Sun: A Memoir of the Holocaust, donor of artifacts to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and cousin of Dory Sontheimer
Joshua Taylor, President, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society
With video remarks from
This program is free and open to the public, but registration is required.
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