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By Anna Ray-Jones
Journey of Ashes: A Boyhood in the Holocaust by author, Anna Ray-Jones and Holocaust survivor, Roman Ferber, details the wartime experiences of a 10 year-old boy on Schindler’s List.
By Aquila Polonica Publishing
The Auschwitz Volunteer: Beyond Bravery, by Captain Witold Pilecki, translated by Jarek Garlinski (Aquila Polonica Publishing), won a Silver 2012 Benjamin Franklin Award for Autobiography/Memoirs in a ceremony held in New York City May 29.
By Can I Count On You, LLC dba Standupster
Through a uniquely educational approach, the original Standupster, Karen Z. Brass, has created a movement to fight bullying by sharing her father's experiences as a Holocaust survivor. Hear her story in her newly published book!
By Aquila Polonica Publishing
"The Auschwitz Volunteer," the story of a Polish Army officer's suicidal undercover mission to smuggle out intelligence and organize a resistance--published for the 1st time in English--is honored at an awards ceremony in Washington D.C.
By Aquila Polonica Publishing
Critically acclaimed by the New York Times, The New Republic and The Atlantic Monthly, "The Auschwitz Volunteer," an eyewitness account of a little-known undercover mission, will be the focus of discussion at NYC's Museum of Jewish Heritage Jan. 9.
By Aquila Polonica Publishing
Terry A. Tegnazian, president and co-founder of Aquila Polonica Publishing, was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland in recognition of her outstanding services to the Polish community.
By Forte PR
Jack Altman, Holocaust survivor and member of The Legacy at Willow Bend, stood in front of 80 of his fellow friends, family and guests to share his personal story.
By Harvey Farr
The Statistically-Valid Study of MOL Participants from 2000-2008 Shows that the Impact of MOL Reaches Beyond Holocaust Education to Areas Such as Human Rights, Jewish Identity, Faith, Practice and Israel
By Cold Jet, LLC
Precision dry ice blast cleaning system allows conservators at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and State Museum to effectively clean metal and ceramic items safely
By Howard Herskowitz
Not all Jews went quietly to their deaths during the Holocaust. Some, like Aaron Herskowitz, used every possible trick to not just stay alive, but to resist. His book is gripping reading.
By David Stroebel
Author reveals great-grandmother was Banished Krupp from German dynasty; five generations living undetected in US for decades
Eastern Europe continues to work hard to build its tourist industry. From Prague to Poland, plenty of changes are in the works.
By Robert Parry/Consortium News, submitted by S. Fox
An outstanding analysis of the hypocrisy in Bush's comments to Israel's Knesset implying Democrats were "appeasing" America's "enemies," given his family's history and involvement very early on with Nazi Germany; only a few months left in his term!
By Kaliv World Center
This encyclopedic work includes hundreds of photos, and the biographies and pictures of 150 communal leaders, Rebbes, and scholars who perished in those terrible days of wrath.
By Olomouc-Guide
Olomouc-Guide takes travellers to UNESCO places, historic castles, breweries, Bratislava, Wien, and even Auschwitz and Krakow.

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