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On September 12, 2016, the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed a resolution honoring the life of Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate, Elie Wiesel.
On April 13, 2015, Governor Nathan Deal signed a proclamation declaring April 12-19, 2015, as "Holocaust Days of Remembrance" in Georgia. On behalf of the State, the Georgia Commission
Holocaust survivor George Rishfeld shared his story with students of Thomas County Middle School yesterday. The program at the middle school was part of the Commission's speaker program series.
On June 12, 1939, nine girls lined up with their arms around each other and posed for a photo in front of the apartments at Merwedeplein in Amsterdam. It was their friend's 10th birthday.
On May 2, 2014, the Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, on behalf of the State of Georgia, hosted the annual State Official Observance “Holocaust Days of Remembrance” of the victims of the Holocaust. The observance began at 11am in the North Wing of the State Capitol.
The Commission launched a new traveling exhibit series titled “Georgia’s Response to the Holocaust” which profiles Holocaust survivors, liberators, rescuers, and activists local to Georgia. The first installment of this series, “A Home for Refugees”, tells the stories of seven survivors who left
The Commission is bringing the exhibit “Parallel Journeys: World War II and the Holocaust Through the Eyes of Teens” to Sandy Springs. It will be on display at Anne Frank in the World from September 25, 2013, until October 30, 2013. Admission is free.
On April 30, 2013, Dr. Eugen Schoenfeld, scholar and Holocaust survivor, shared his story to the community of Lakeland, Georgia. He spoke to a full auditorium at Lanier County High School and through live feed in the cafeteria where additional audience members were seated.
Starting this fall, 20 new trunks will launch as part of the statewide Holocaust Learning Trunk Project. The first trunk was launched by Mayor Kasim Reed at Jean Child Young Middle School in Atlanta on November 29, 2012.
Dr. Eugen Schoenfeld, Holocaust survivor, spoke today at Cobb County's Mountain View Regional Library. This month, the Cobb County Public Library System is honoring the memory those who died during the Holocaust and World War II.