Dr. Florence Luxenberg-Eisenberg (Holocaust researcher, lecturer, and investigator); Dr. Paul Hartal (Holocaust survivor, artist, poet) will be speaking on Wednesday, October 14, 2015.
"IN MEMORY AND REMEMBRANCE" COMMEMORATING THE 70TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE “LIBERATION” OF THE JEWS"
"Protecting truth is protecting it from those who wish to decimate what is real and true from what is false, the latter evoked through twisted distortions, fallacies, and erroneous claims. Protecting truth means preserving evidence and safeguarding authenticity while combating deniers of atrocities, It is to protect dignity of all human beings."
(Dr. Florence Luxenberg-Eisenberg)
Dr. Paul Hartal, is a Canadian writer and artist. At eight years old, he was deported to the NAZI slave labor camp of STRASSHOF near Vienna. He was liberated by the Russians in 1945.
Dr. Florence Luxenberg-Eisenberg, born in Canada and living in Israel, is a Holocaust researcher, and lecturer. She engages in combating Holocaust denial and has thoroughly investigated 15 camps.
Join us for this 'not to be missed' event Wednesday, October 14, 2015, as we pay homage to the millions of perished-- men, women, and children brutally murdered during the Holocaust, and commemorate the courage of those who managed to survive. Using authentic footage of the camps, Paul and Florence will take you on a journey of the human spirit and remembrance. They will explore the darkness suffered by European Jewry and will focus on the current status of the Holocaust in today's world. "May we never forget."
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"IN MEMORY AND REMEMBRANCE” is a humanitarian event free of charge.
Donations to be allocated to the documentary film "Charred Landscapes - the flames STILL burn!" produced by Dr. Florence Luxenberg-Eisenberg and directed by Danny Hartal, the documentary will be a series-- depicting the breadth and scope of NAZI atrocities during the HOLOCAUST. It emphasizes safeguarding authenticity and protecting truth for future generations, amidst growing anti-Semitism and xenophobia. Production to begin in October, filming on actual locations in Poland and Germany.
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Sponsor: Avenue East Productions