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The George Gottlieb Holocaust & Jewish Education Program

 

A unique curriculum has been created by our Education Consultants, Rabbi Dr. Leon, and Toni Weissberg. The eleven lessons are depicted on ten monitors as well as three virtual reality experiences with scenes and accounts of the Holocaust.


The 11 topics covered on the monitors include:

1,000 years of Antisemitism in Europe - Dedicated by the Konhauzer Family in memory of our ancestors and all who perished during the Holocaust.

This module will provide an orientation to the Mania Nudel Holocaust Center, its mission and vision. After a brief overview, it will lead into a description of one thousand years of antisemitism in Europe.

Nazi Rise to Power1933-1938 - Dedicated by the Brumer and Bernstein Families in memory of our parents and grandparents.

This module will offer participants insight into the main events leading to the Nazis' rise to power, beginning with the ending of WWI and the signing of the Treaty of Versailles.

Nazi Oppression, 1939-1944, Dedicated by Dr. Sam & Audrey Meline, to remember the past ensures our Jewish future.

This module explores life in the ghettos, resistance and the methodology utilized to bring about the greatest killing fields in the history of the world. Participants recognize the various ghettos and the six death camps as they are built and beyond. 

The Final Solution - Dedicated by R.’ Dr. Leon and Toni Weissberg to our children and grandchildren; may they never experience such Inhumanity.

This module delves into the etymology of the Final solution.

Resistance - Dedicated by Frieda & Raymond Caldes and Family in Loving Memory of our Parents, Martha and Leib Blumenfeld and Felicia Caldes, Holocaust Survivors

This module describes the types of resistance which occurred during the Holocaust in the face of Nazi oppression. 

After the Holocaust - A Global View- Dedicated by Herbert E. Brizel, M.D.

This module depicts the diverse experiences of Holocaust survivors in Europe, Israel, the United States, South America and other places where survivors settled. Participants can identify the events of liberation as both soldiers and survivors experienced them. 

Genocide: A Global View - Dedicated by Laurie and Lenny Suskind to the adage, “Never Again.”

This module defines and identifies the stages of genocide in the late 20th and 21st centuries. Participants learn about the major genocides that have occurred in the world, both before and since the Holocaust. 

Racism, and Unbridled hate, Pre and post-Holocaust - Dedicated in loving memory of our grandparents, Eli and Rosalind Schneider by Wesley, Jessica & Seth and Russell Suskind

This module focuses on identifying Holocaust denial and revisionism by Aryan hate groups and discusses American literary influences on Hitler's racist dogma. 

Activism and Advocacy: Lessons from the Holocaust - Dedicated by Hon. Ron and Cheri Rothschild

This module gives examples of what one can do when witnessing a hate crime or hate speech. It identifies those involved in hate crimes as bystanders, upstanders, perpetrators, collaborators and victims. 

Anne Frank and the Anne Frank Annex - Dedicated in honor of our granddaughter Aria Elisabeth by David and Lisa Kasten

This module is unique because it elaborates on one particular account of the Holocaust - that of Anne Frank, through her diary and historical records. Participants engage in an emotional, memorable learning experience, as the events of Anne Frank's life in the annex unfolds. 

Testimonies – Dedicated to the Memory of the 11,000,000 -  Dedicated to the memory of Evelyn & Joseph Greenblatt, Parents of Susan Gad Schwartz and Grandparents of Jason, Jeffrey & Josh Gad

This touch-screen module is dedicated to the memory of the eleven million who perished in the Holocaust, six million Jews and five million non-Jews. Participants view the testimonies of survivors of the Holocaust and world genocide.

 

For further information please contact the Philanthropy Department at 954-434-0499 ext. 321 or bbachrach@dpjcc.org


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