• Why They March

    Next month, David Machlis of Englewood once again will join March of the Living. The march is an annual educational program that brings people — most of them teenagers — from all over the world to Poland and Israel. There, they study the history of the Holocaust and examine the

  • Christians Join Thousands in Hungary’s March of the Living

    Tens of thousands took part Sunday in the “March of the Living,” as well as Hungary’s largest anti-racist rally of the year. March of the Living, now in its 14th year, is held annually to commemorate the deportation of Hungarian Jewry to the Auschwitz concentration camp. The ghettoization of the

  • Hungary buries remains of Holocaust victims found in Danube

    BUDAPEST, Hungary — Human remains found in 2011, including many believed to be of Jews shot on the banks of the Danube River near the end of World War II, were buried Friday in a Jewish cemetery in Budapest. Two wooden caskets containing hundreds of bone fragments were laid to

  • March of the Living Hungary – Az Élet Menete Budapesten – 2016 – élő közvetítés – live streaming


  • March of the Living to be held in Budapest on Sunday

    Tens of thousands of participants are expected for the annual March of the Living in the Hungarian capital on Sunday, 17 April 2016. http://www.eletmenete.hu/ For the past 14 years, the Hungarian March of the Living Foundation has organized the Budapest March. Last year, more than 40.000 people commemorated the victims of the

  • International jurists to mark double Nuremberg anniversary

    The Educational organization March of the Living, which each year after Passover brings people from all over the world to Poland and Israel to study the Holocaust, will mark the 80th anniversary of the implementation of the Nuremberg Laws and the 70th anniversary of the Nuremberg trials with a gathering

  • Notable Nuremberg Legal Conference to Convene

    NEW YORK, April 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — March of the Living International will mark the 80th anniversary of the Nuremberg Laws and the 70th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials with a gathering of leading international jurists, legal scholars and political leaders from around the world organized with the Raoul Wallenberg Centre

  • Bulgaria Marks Anniversary of Prevention of Deportation of Bulgarian Jews to Holocaust Death Camps

    Senior politicians, members of the Bulgarian Jewish community and diplomats took part in ceremonies on March 10 2016 commemorating the country’s 1943 prevention of the deportation of Bulgarian Jews to Nazi death camps and honouring the memory of the more than six million Jews murdered in the Holocaust. At ceremonies

  • Holocaust film reveals the pain of bringing autobiography to screen

    Every family has secrets, but some cry out to be revealed to the world. That’s what San Francisco cinematographer Eli Adler learned when — well into middle age — he began exploring his father’s Holocaust past. As a child growing up in Skokie, Adler knew little about what his father

  • POEM: Dancing in Auschwitz by Eva Schottenstein, 2016

    We are revenge, incarnate Destined to walk, to listen, to remember, to pass on We are revenge incarnate We march, hands intertwined with those of strangers along with brothers Fingers braided tight as bread, seamlessly converting visitors into natives Heads held high, along with fists, along with flags Chanting, stamping,