*Alive! A la Vie!

Event detail
 

This exhibition tells the story of the saved children of Buchenwald.   This panel exhibition was created by the renowned French Jewish humanitarian organization OSE (Œuvre de Secours aux Enfant), which saved hundreds of Jewish refugee children before, during, and after World War II.

In early 1945, the Jewish underground in Buchenwald established a special barrack within the camp to shelter 600 children. Ellie Wiesel was one of these children. After the camp was liberated, the OSE played a major role in relocating them. They escorted hundreds of children to France, Switzerland, and England. The exhibition looks at life before the Holocaust, ghettos and life during the war, the Buchenwald camp, and life after the war.

The exhibition will be on display at the San Francisco Public Library from January 10 to March 15, 2015 and is in partnership with Lehrhaus Judaica and the Jewish Family and Children’s Services Holocaust Center.

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近期活動

Presentation: San Francisco Mime Troupe
星期六, 2019年12月7日, 3:00 pm
Noe Valley 分館, Noe Valley 分館會議室
作者 Sherilyn Connelly
星期日, 2019年12月8日, 4:00 pm
Potrero 分館, Potrero 分館會議室

近期課程

Presentation: Genealogy and Family History Research
星期二, 2019年12月10日, 6:15 pm
North Beach 分館, North Beach分館

展覽

不要打擾亡者
至 星期四, 2019年12月19日
Main 總圖書館, 政府資訊中心
流金卻非金
至 星期四, 2020年1月2日
Main 總圖書館, 圖書館歷史中心
佔領惡魔島 1969
至 星期四, 2020年1月9日
Main 總圖書館, Magazines & Newspapers Desk - 5th Floor

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