• Remembering Pawel Lichter, z”l

    International March of the Living mourns the loss of Holocaust Survivor and Educator Pawel Lichter, Z”L, who passed away on February 9, 2023. Pawel participated in the 2017 March of the Living with the Western USA Delegation. Pawel was born on July 5th, 1931, in Rypin, Poland. In November 1939, his family was forced to […]

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  • Fundraising Goal Achieved for Restoration of Children’s Shoes from Auschwitz

    PRESS RELEASE Fundraising Goal Achieved for Restoration of Children’s Shoes from Auschwitz International March of the Living proudly announces achieving fundraising goal of its “From Soul to Sole” campaign for the conservation of 8,000 shoes of Jewish children, mainly Jewish, murdered in Auschwitz-Birkenau. International March of the Living, one of the world’s preeminent Holocaust Education […]

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  • Remember Shevach Weiss, Z”L

    International March of the Living mourns the loss of Shevach Weiss beloved Holocaust survivor, former Knesset speaker and Israeli ambassador to Poland. Shevach Weiss, who was hidden by Righteous Poles and Ukrainians during the Shoah, was instrumental in strengthening relations between the State of Israel and Poland, and in encouraging dialogue between Jews and Poles. […]

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  • Saving the World Entire: Rescuers During the Holocaust

    https://youtu.be/w7dZf6_M3VQ “Whoever saves a single life, saves the world entire”– The Talmud Premiered Jan. 27, 2023 International Holocaust Remembrance Day A powerful testament to the courage of the Righteous Among the Nations who risked their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust. Moving archival testimony – provided by the USC Shoah Foundation and March of […]

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  • Holocaust survivor Naftali Furst joins campaign to preserve memory of children murdered in Auschwitz, as world commemorates Jan. 27th liberation day

    Holocaust survivor Naftali Furst: “I was sent to Auschwitz, together with my family, from a prison camp in Slovakia towards the end of the war, in November 1944, when I was 12 years old. The Death March was the hardest thing for us. We marched through hell, we walked for three days in the freezing cold, […]

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  • As world marks Jan. 27 commemoration, Holocaust survivor Angela Orosz supports effort to preserve Auschwitz children’s shoes

    https://youtu.be/sKWo4hNj50A Angela Orosz was born in Auschwitz on December 21, 1944, weighing only one kilogram, just over a month before the camp was liberated by Soviet troops on Jan. 27, 1945.  “I was too weak to cry, and this saved my life. Nobody thought that I would survive, but here am I, alive”. Angela is a Holocaust survivor […]

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  • Remembering Martin Baranek, Z”L

    International March of the Living deeply mourns the loss of Martin Baranek, beloved Holocaust survivor and educator. Martin Baranek shared his moving story on multiple journeys with participants in the March of the Living from Toronto and Florida and through his moving biography, “Determined: A Memoir”, co-written with Lisa B. Cicero. Through his efforts, he […]

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  • 35th Anniversary Gala of the International March of the Living (Photos)

    The International March of the Living 35th Anniversary Gala was held on January 10, 2023 in Miami, Florida. Ambassador Ron Dermer and his wife Rhoda were recognized for their outstanding service to Israel and the Jewish people. A video interview featured Rabbi Israel Meir Lau, a child survivor of the Holocaust, and former Chief Rabbi […]

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  • Newly appointed Minister of Strategic Affairs, Ron Dermer stresses focus on Iran in first appearance

    In first address as minister, Ron Dermer tells gala dinner of Holocaust memorial organization, March of the Living, of the importance of Holocaust education, and stressed the Government’s commitment to standing strong against Iran, while expanding peace in the region. Minister Dermer: We will do everything in our power to make sure that the regime […]

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