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The Hidden Children

Hidden children, like Tswi, were told to be quiet. They were given new names, a new family, a new religion, and a completely different and new identity. The were told not to remember their old lives. Their new identity was their lifeline. 

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Lecture on the Exodus with Prof. Tony Kushner

The Exodus left France in 1947 destined for Palestine. When the ship arrived at the Haifa port it was stopped by the British. All of the people on board, most were survivors of the Holocaust, were ordered to disembark from the ship, they were then transferred to three different ships and sent back to France. 

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Welcome

This unique MA Program is dedicated to creating and nurturing a new generation of Holocaust researchers and educators. In addition to rigorous multi-disciplinary course work with leading researchers, our students gain professional experience through research assistantships, internships in Israel and abroad, seminars and study tours. Students also have the opportunity to hear from Holocaust survivors and as well as build relationships with survivors through volunteer programs. Our programs hopes to help foster dedication to the field of Holocaust Studies.

 

 

Strochliz Institute for Holocaust Research
University of Haifa
1 Abba Hushi Blvd.
Mt. Carmel, Haifa 3478601,
Israel.
Tel: +972+48240613
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday through Thursday
email: ygranot@univ.haifa.ac.il