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Article in the Jerusalem Post: Survivors light torches at Ghetto Fighters’ House
Six Holocaust survivors and their families lit torches in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising at Beit Lohamei Hagetaot [the Ghetto Fighters’ House]

 

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OPENING HOURS: 2014-2015

                                                                          

 

Sukkot at the Ghetto Fighters' House

During Chol Hamoed Sukkot, the Ghetto Fighters' House invites you to a variety of activities both for adults and children.

Renovation of the Historical Floor: New Exhibitions Due to Open in 2015

The "House" is planning a new permanent exhibition as well as a number of temporary exhibits, including "Deadly Medicine", on loan from the United States Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.

This Summer Over 2000 Students Participate in GFH's Poland Seminar

During the last two weeks of August, the museum was filled with groups who had come to participate in one of the most special programs offered by the Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum: our Two-Day Seminar. This encompassing program is generally selected by Israeli high schools that send delegations to Poland in the month of September.

The International Conference of the Association of Holocaust Organizations at the GFH in July 2014

In July, the Ghetto Fighters’ House Museum hosted an international conference in conjunction with the Association of Holocaust Organizations.

International Visitors to GFH

The museum was honored to have many guests visit throughout the summer. Some choose to travel to Israel despite the challenges during Operation Eitan. These visits were especially important to us as we continue to reach out to our international community. The variety of the meetings and purpose of each event have great significance for our programming and developing relationships.

Ghetto Fighters’ House – Bergen-Belsen Memorial Delegation Summer 2014

Despite the security situation in Israel this summer, the second part of the Bergen-Belsen - GFH exchange took place at the museum in Israel. The educational staff of the Bergen-Belsen Memorial spent a week with the GFH staff in Germany this past April.

Ruth Adler: Bearer of Yitzhak Katzenelson’s Last Poem

This summer marked the 70th anniversary of Transport 222. At a conference held at the Atlit Illegal Immigrants Detention Camp, staff of the GFH Archives presented the story of Ruth Adler, who was on Transport 222, and how she smuggled Yitzhak Katzenelson's last and most famous poem from occupied France to Mandate Palestine .

Ghetto Fighters’ House is launching two new projects to complement the exhibition “The Jews of Holland during the Holocaust”

This year, Ghetto Fighters’ House is holding an event devoted to civilian bravery and cultural creativity in occupied Holland and in the Westebork camp.

New exhibition: "Here Began My Childhood"

The new exhibition in the temporary exhibition space complements the collective biographies and recounts what happened to child survivors at the end of the war and in its aftermath. The exhibition highlights additional human and historical aspects which shaped the fate of these children and which, till now, have not received due attention in Holocaust remembrance educational programs.

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