EyeWitness to History

Project Witness is dedicated to preserving the stories of those who survived the Holocaust with our Eyewitness to History program.
Project Witness has made documenting these stories its highest priority.

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Eyewitness to History Videos
Children of the Lager

Children of the Lager

This is the story about the children of the survivors. Although they had not suffered the Holocaust, these children were often survivors themselves, victims of the Nazi hell that their parents had

International Holocaust Remembrance Day

On Shabbos, January 27, 1945 in midst of a snowstorm Soviet troops arrived to the town of Oswiecim, Poland and liberated Auschwitz, Birkenau and Monowitz. In the weeks prior, more than 60,000

Tu B'Shvat in Theresienstadt

        Irma Kohn Lauscher was a teacher at a Jewish school in Prague. On December 22, 1942, she and her husband Jiri and their little daughter, Michaela, were deported to

Chanukah In The Warsaw Ghetto

"December 26, 1940 Hanukkah in the ghetto. Never before in Jewish Warsaw were there as many Hanukkah celebrations as in this year of the wall. But because of the sword that hovers over our

Rosh Hashanah In Hiding

Naomi Rosenberg, along with her mother and two surviving siblings, was given refuge by a Polish farmer's wife in a crawl space beneath a barn for nearly two years. In her poignant

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Using the services of a professional interviewer and a videographer, Project Witness is currently in the process of archiving a large number of video interviews.
If you are a survivor and are willing to share a personal account of your experiences during the Holocaust, please fill out the form below.
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