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By JWM Productions, LLC
Tennessee Premiere for Internationally Acclaimed Documentary

By DocMiami International Film Festival
Special Guest Host "The Positive Broadcaster" Jonathan JDOGG Lederman

By Remember Point, Inc.
Remember Point, a publishing company based in Santa Monica, California, this week releases books for free or for under one dollar in celebration of the holidays.

By America Together Foundation
The theme this year is Sparks of Hatred and how to extinguish them. Highlighted in the event are: Holocaust, Genocides of Native Americans and 2002 Gujarat Massacre, India.

By Teade Sysling
New author Teade Sysling, took a family legacy and created a book about the challenges and history of the Dutch Citizens during the Holocaust. A book about the hardships and the strength of the Dutch people who helped keep Jewish families alive.

By JWM Productions, LLC
Story of Albania's rescue of Jews during the Holocaust filmed on location in Israel

By Strategic Book Group
"Contradictions" is a powerful novel that recounts how one Jewish woman comes to terms with her religious and cultural roots, and a past that includes the Holocaust.

By SilkQuilt
Quilt Artist, Louise Silk. brings her artistry to the written page with fictional holocaust story "Tent Of Protection" based on the Rabbi's wife of the Warsaw Ghetto.

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 Bridgeross Communications
A new book by Pearl Goodman highlights that impact as she describes growing up in Toronto in the '60s with the influence of pop culture and the trauma of her parents' experiences in the Holocaust. Something to consider for Holocaust Education Week.

By Remember Point
Remember Point Publishes World War Two, Nazi Occupation Collective Memoir eBook

By My Voice Publishing
The Nazis - through the Eyes of a Child is a new autobiography just released by MyVoice Publishing, detailing the escape of a Jewish child from the Holocaust.

By Ove Rishøj Jensen
Harbour of Hope will have its North American premiere in Minneapolis, the hometown of Joe Rozenberg. Rozenberg is one of three survivors from the WWII concentration camps portrayed in the heart breaking but life-affirming film.

By Auto Images
After many great reviews and exceptional audience feedback, Harbour of Hope is hitting the international festival circuit. The International Premiere will be at the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, the second largest documentary festival in Europe.

By Kali Chan
The characters in Who Will Carry the Word? struggle with their personal fears, concerns, and ultimately their hopes for future generations.

By Anya Verkhovskaya
Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael-Jewish National Fund Is the Latest Israeli Institution to Sponsor Project HEART

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By JWM Productions, LLC
Tennessee Premiere for Internationally Acclaimed Documentary

By DocMiami International Film Festival
Special Guest Host "The Positive Broadcaster" Jonathan JDOGG Lederman

By Citizens Commission on Human Rights
The Age of Fear is destined to outrage and appall, but above all, warn viewers that in psychiatry, history always repeats itself.

By Remember Point, Inc.
Remember Point, a publishing company based in Santa Monica, California, this week releases books for free or for under one dollar in celebration of the holidays.

By Greenapple Media
Tragedy at Évian - How the World Allowed Hitler to Proceed with the Holocaust

By America Together Foundation
The theme this year is Sparks of Hatred and how to extinguish them. Highlighted in the event are: Holocaust, Genocides of Native Americans and 2002 Gujarat Massacre, India.

By JWM Productions, LLC
Best Documentary win at Israeli Jewish Eye World Film Festival; plus upcoming UK Premiere

By Rosa S. Raskin & Associates LLC
Per recent participation in the Shoah DNA project (www.dnashoah.org), which seeks to reunite family members, German born Rosa Raskin describes her 50+ year search for her lost sister.

By Teade Sysling
New author Teade Sysling, took a family legacy and created a book about the challenges and history of the Dutch Citizens during the Holocaust. A book about the hardships and the strength of the Dutch people who helped keep Jewish families alive.

By JWM Productions, LLC
Story of Albania's rescue of Jews during the Holocaust filmed on location in Israel

By Strategic Book Group
"Contradictions" is a powerful novel that recounts how one Jewish woman comes to terms with her religious and cultural roots, and a past that includes the Holocaust.

By L.A. Theatre Works
Jane Kaczmarek (Malcolm in the Middle), reprises the role she created for the U.S premiere at the Manhattan Theatre Club and for which she won an Ovation Award in the L.A. premiere.

By Net Communications Corp.
Long Journey Home, A Young Girl's Memoir of Surviving the Holocaust: by LUCY LIPINER

By My Voice Publishing
The Nazis - Through the Eyes of a Child by Margarete Mendelsohn is selling extremely well in America, and is our top selling book at present. The main sales are through e-Books.

By Michael-Ann Russell JCC
J-CAT, The J’s Cultural Arts Theatre at the Michael-Ann Russell JCC will present its final show of 2012-13 season. J-CAT Community Theatre, and J-CAT Youth will present the powerful and poignant Dear Esther, directed by Michael Andron.

By SS St Louis Legacy Project Foundation
COMPLICIT, the untold story of why the Roosevelt Administration denied safe haven to Jewish Refugees

By Remember Point
Remember Point Publishes Remarkable World War II, Nazi Occupation Memoir in Paperback and eBook on Amazon, Kindle, Barnes and Noble and More.

By Hunterdon Art Museum
CLINTON, NJ (March 19, 2013) – If there’s one thing Carol Rosen knows for certain it’s this:  if her artwork doesn’t disturb people, deeply, she hasn’t done her job.

By SilkQuilt
Quilt Artist, Louise Silk. brings her artistry to the written page with fictional holocaust story "Tent Of Protection" based on the Rabbi's wife of the Warsaw Ghetto.

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 America Together Foundation
We must continuously acknowledge, remember, and reflect upon the brutal atrocities the powerful inflict upon powerless. A stand for justice, education and understanding is badly needed. What can you do as an individual? Let's learn it together.

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 Allen Weiss: Works on Film & Paper
Allen Weiss uncovers a pattern among children and grandchildren of survivors.

By Rosa S. Raskin & Associates, LLC
On the 74th anniversary of Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass, German born Rosa Raskin describes her 50 year search for her lost sister.

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 Bridgeross Communications
A new book by Pearl Goodman highlights that impact as she describes growing up in Toronto in the '60s with the influence of pop culture and the trauma of her parents' experiences in the Holocaust. Something to consider for Holocaust Education Week.

By Remember Point
Remember Point Publishes World War Two, Nazi Occupation Collective Memoir eBook

By Auto Images
The Harbour of Hope team has just published the list of Holocaust survivors arriving in Malmö on April 28, 1945 and is asking for help to identify persons on the lists.

By My Voice Publishing
The Nazis - through the Eyes of a Child is a new autobiography just released by MyVoice Publishing, detailing the escape of a Jewish child from the Holocaust.

By Forte PR
The Legacy at Willow Bend initiated a Holocaust Survivor Series asking survivors to share their story with members of the community.

By Auto Images
The team behind the awarded documentary Harbour of Hope is documenting survivor stories from WWII. In the film three survivors tell their life stories. Now the team is documenting more of the Holocaust witnesses coming to Sweden in Spring 1945.

By Info Wars Resistance
With tensions high in the middle east the USA and Israel are looking to remind the masses that the Holocaust isn't "forgotten". Iranian officials are openly denying the Holocaust, while it is part of the US education system, and backed by Israel.

By Auto Images
After receiving a Special Jury Mention at Krakow Film Festival Harbour of Hope is now continuing the tour of international festival screenings. Next stop is San Francisco where the film is selected for the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival.

By The Educational Publisher
President William J. Clinton has endorsed Morris Wolff's book "Whatever Happened to Raoul Wallenberg" which tells the story of Wallenberg, who saved the lives of many Jews during WWII and Morris Wolff's efforts to free him from Soviet imprisonment.

By BookBuzz.net
Author, Jack Mayer is pleased to announce that his book, Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project is receiving rave reviews and several awards.

By Ove Rishøj Jensen
Harbour of Hope will have its North American premiere in Minneapolis, the hometown of Joe Rozenberg. Rozenberg is one of three survivors from the WWII concentration camps portrayed in the heart breaking but life-affirming film.

By Auto Images
After many great reviews and exceptional audience feedback, Harbour of Hope is hitting the international festival circuit. The International Premiere will be at the Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, the second largest documentary festival in Europe.

By Kali Chan
The characters in Who Will Carry the Word? struggle with their personal fears, concerns, and ultimately their hopes for future generations.

By Ageless Radio
Frank Towers and Carol Thompson discuss the upcoming WW II veterans and holocaust survivors reunion.

By Bishop Paul Peter Jesep
Ukrainian Orthodox Bishop asks Christian faithful to remember Jewish brothers and sisters on January 27th & 28th, Holocaust Remembrance.

By Author Marketing Experts
Author Batya Casper’s latest book, Israela, delivers an insider, intimate look at a society and their conflicts.

By Author Marketing Experts
Author Dave Longeuay’s latest book delivers a spellbinding look at an underpublicized era in world history.

By The Barrett Company Public Relations
Chicago novelist Deby Eisenberg debuts with her book "Pictures of the Past," a powerful epic family and historical saga that is set in Chicago, Paris and Berlin, reliving events from pre-World War II Europe, but beginning in contemporary times.

By Charles Weinblatt
“Gut Wrenching and Heart Rending. Weinblatt’s characters and characterizations compel the reader to read onward. At the end of the read one feels both hope and admiration for the human spirit.” ---- Holocaust Center of Toledo

By Mike Ingberg
Beginning at 2 p.m., and co-sponsored by the Consulate General of the Republic of Lithuania, fans will have the opportunity to meet and hear from the author whose book is now being taught in numerous schools and universities in several states.

By Strategic Book Group
Based on a true story, this powerful new book follows the lives of two extended Hungarian families, the Rézlers and the Földes, one gentile and the other Jewish, through three decades.

By Mike Ingberg
Holocaust Memorial Center acquires an authentic World War II-era railway boxcar from Germany that was used to transport Jews and other prisoners from camp to camp, often 100 or more at a time, during the Holocaust.

By Anya Verkhovskaya
Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael-Jewish National Fund Is the Latest Israeli Institution to Sponsor Project HEART

By Mike Ingberg
Annual fundraising event to honor Lauren and Sam Bienenstock of Bienenstock Court Reporting & Video for their dedication and commitment to the center. Award-winning independent filmmaker and television editor Sharon Rennert will be keynote speaker.

By Mike Ingberg
Sponsors for museum's newest exhibit include: Ernest Wachtel, one of the surviving members of the Ritchie Boys, and his family, as Silver Sponsors; and American House Senior Living Communities and The Detroit Jewish News as Bronze Sponsors.



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