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Bearing Witness- George Rishfeld (Poland)

George Rishfeld (Poland): Unforgettable Stories from the Holocaust
Nov 22 2020 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

George Rishfeld (Poland): Unforgettable Stories from the Holocaust

George Rishfeld (Poland)

WHEN: NOV 22 | 2 pm 

WHERE : ZOOM 

COST: Free | RSVP Here

George was born in Warsaw, Poland. As an infant he was thrown over the barbed-wire fence of the Vilna Ghetto into the waiting arms of Halinka, the daughter of a man that worked for George’s father. Risking their own lives, they hid George for the remainder of the war taking him out into the community and to church as if he was their own.

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This event will be live and hosted through Zoom and Facebook Live.

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Mr. Rishfeld will be telling his remarkable Holocaust story beginning at 2:00 PM.


Free admission to the 2020 Digital Bearing Witness Series is provided through a generous gift from The Rich Foundation.

This event is presented by the Weinberg Center for Holocaust Education at The Breman Museum and our community partner Eternal-Life Hemshech.

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