Jerry Rawicki shares his unique story
A shocking new study across 100 countries showed that 1 in 4 people are anti-Semitic!
In Nazi Germany, when bullying, discrimination, and violence become everyday realities for Jewish children, Leonore Goldschmidt defies the system and opens her own private school for Jewish youth.
Arsonist burns down holocaust survivor's home
On the night of 9 November 1938, it became open. The destruction of European Jewry had begun with Kristallnacht, Night of the Broken Glass, the nation-wide pogrom against the Jews of Germany and Austria.
Edith Goldberg spent her early life in Teschenmoschel, a small village near Kaiserslautern, Germany, where she was born in 1928. Her family were farmers living in a small village of about 200 people. The village had a small Jewish community; originally it had been bigger, but over time people had left or died. There was a synagogue, and a Jewish cemetery dating back to 1665 that served the small villages in the area. Edith describes a normal, happy childhood with her parents and sister, hay-making in the summer and tobogganing in the winter. The family kept to the Jewish traditions and Edith remembers going to synagogue services until 1933, when everything began to change.
The story of how Elizabeth Bettina's grandparents' small village in Campagna, Italy helped save Jews during the holocaust.
When holocaust survivor Aryeh Goldberg passed away he left his son Tzachi his gold Phillippe watch. On opening the watch he found an old black & white photo of 2 women hidden behind the watch.