Survivor Web Sites


Survivors Online

Each Holocaust survivor has a unique and individual story.  In this section you can find out about some of our members, read their stories and watch short films of them describing their experiences in person. Their recollections include life in the ghettos, the experience of being a slave labourer, surviving concentration camps, life in hiding, and what it what like to arrive in the UK as a refugee.

High school students at the Urban School of San Francisco conduct and film interviews with Bay Area Holocaust survivors in their homes. Students then transcribe each 2-plus hour interview, create hundreds of movie files associated with each transcript, and then post the full-text, full-video interviews on this public website as a service to a world-wide audience interested in Holocaust studies. See Project Descriptions for a more detailed overview of the course and project.

 

The  Museum’s Behind Every Name a Story project gives voice to the experiences of survivors during the Holocaust.


Posted on April 28th, by Remember.org Editor in Education and the Holocaust, Holocaust Books.
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