The local B’nai B’rith Holocaust Essay Contest judging panel has selected six winning essays and Robert Michaels, chairman, has announced this year’s winners. High School winners: First prize winner is Patrick Manella of the Loudonville Christian School. Sponsoring Teacher Michelle Nietfeld.
The Eisenmans sponsored tuition scholarships for ninth-grade winners of the Moshe Flescher Holocaust Memorial Scholarship Freshman Essay Contest dedicated in memory of Judy Eisenman’s father A”H, Moshe Flescher. Eisenman met with the students and provided them with a brief history of her father.
The Holocaust essay The Holocaust is a terrible event, a genocide of more than 6 million Jews which took place during the World War II. It was a so-called “program of systematic extermination of Jewish men, women and children by Nazi Germany” all over the occupied territory.
Holocaust Life As A Jew History Essay. Jonathan Livingstone. History 10-5. Mrs. Smallwood. Holocaust: Life as a Jew. The Holocaust was a tragic time for many people in the world. Of all the people that were affected by this horrid moment, the Jews were especially persecuted. This persecution did not only affect them during the years of the war.
Organized armed resistance was the most forceful form of Jewish opposition to Nazi policies in German-occupied Europe. Jewish civilians offered armed resistance in over 100 ghettos in occupied Poland and the Soviet Union. In April-May 1943, Jews in the Warsaw ghetto rose in armed revolt after rumors that the Germans would deport the remaining ghetto inhabitants to the Treblinka killing center.Learn More
The Jewish Community Foundation and the Jewish Federation of Durham-Chapel Hill are committed to promoting Holocaust awareness among young people in North Carolina, Jewish and non-Jewish alike. In sponsoring the Holocaust Essay Contest, it is our intention to inspire high school students to learn about the Holocaust and to think about the implications of it in their lives and their world.Learn More
Essay about The Holocaust. 879 Words4 Pages. The Holocaust was the murder and persecution of approximately 6 million Jews and many others by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. The Nazis came to power in Germany in January of 1933. The Nazis thought that the “inferior” Jews were a threat to the “racially superior” German racial community.Learn More
The opinions expressed in these student films belong to the student filmmakers and do not necessarily express views of the Holocaust Commission of the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater. Senior Essay Winners: 1st Place: Jay Lee, The Hotchkiss School, CT -- Charles Frankenbach.Learn More
The winning essay will be read during the annual Yom Hashoah-Holocaust Remembrance Service at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Tri-City Jewish Center, 2715 30th St., Rock Island. Visual art entries also will.Learn More
The opinions expressed in these student films belong to the student filmmakers and do not necessarily express views of the Holocaust Commission of the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater. Senior Essay Winners: 1st Place: Audrey McGovern, Cox High School, Virginia Beach -- Ms. Faircloth.Learn More
The Freeman Family Foundation Holocaust Education Centre of the Jewish Heritage Centre of Western Canada is pleased to announce that Erin Minuk, a grade 12 student at the Gray Academy of Winnipeg is the 2011 recipient of the Mina Rosner Human Rights Award for her essay, Lighting the Match Within. Erin’s essay can be found below.Learn More
In addition to at least 7 million Jews killed, the Axis killed around 5.7 million non-Jewish Soviet citizens, around 3 million non-Jewish Soviet prisoners of war, 300,000 Serb citizens, around 250,000 people with disabilities living in institutions, and around 300,000 Roma (Gypsies). Jehovah's Witnesses, homosexuals, and German political opponents account for at least another 100,000 people.Learn More
The Holocaust And The Holocaust. The Holocaust is a term that refers to the genocide or mass abuse and murder, of approximately 6 million Jewish people who were killed by the Nazi government in Germany and other German occupied territories from 1941 to 1945, during the time of World War II.Learn More
Winning essayists of the 2017 B’nai B’rith Capital Area Holocaust Essay Contest are Meghan Emery of the Loudonville Christian School in the high school division and Claire Pike of the Ravenna-Coeymans Middle School. The award ceremony was held on June 7 at the Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York. Contest Chairperson Bob Michaels was emcee of the program, and students read their.Learn More
The holocaust is considered as one of the most horrific times faced by the Jewish community in Europe and the world at large. German dictator, Adolf Hitler is blamed for having initiated the Holocaust which saw more than ten million people murdered including about six million Jews.Learn More
The Holocaust was a period in history at the time of World War Two (1939-1945), when millions of Jews were murdered because of who they were. The killings were organised by Germany's Nazi party.Learn More