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Living History: One Family’s Story of the Holocaust (ages 12 & up)

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Newtown Township Parks and Recreation in partnership with the Newtown American Legion Post 440 is proud to present “The Holocaust” told by Daniel Goldsmith a child survivor. His story is about his family; his mother and father and his sister and what they went through during those terribly frightening years. The story is told in both words and pictures; his father was sent to a Nazi work camp, his mother became a courier for the Belgium Underground, and he and his sister were placed in the care of a Catholic convent.
Allan Silverberg will discuss Adolf Hitler’s initiative in Nazi Germany and Europe during WWII and the teaching of Diversity, Tolerance and Anti-Bullying.
The Fegelson-Young-Feinberg Post #697 of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States is offering this award winning, interactive presentation of the Nazi Holocaust. Over the past two program years, 15,000 people have participated in this memorable experience including public, private and parochial schools, retirement communities, libraries, and municipal districts.

This program is Free but Pre-Registration is REQUIRED.

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