Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 6 – A New Life in the USA

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 6 – A New Life in the USA

Pepperdine University Libraries hosts Holocaust survivors Bernd and Judy Simon, who recount their journey of tragedy, survival, and love.

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 5 – Liberation

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 5 – Liberation

Pepperdine University Libraries hosts Holocaust survivors Bernd and Judy Simon, who recount their journey of tragedy, survival, and love.

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 4 – Surviving Auschwitz

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 4 – Surviving Auschwitz

Pepperdine University Libraries hosts Holocaust survivors Bernd and Judy Simon, who recount their journey of tragedy, survival, and love.

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 3 – Outwitting the Nazis

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 3 – Outwitting the Nazis

Pepperdine University Libraries hosts Holocaust survivors Bernd and Judy Simon, who recount their journey of tragedy, survival, and love.

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 2 – A Lost Family

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 2 – A Lost Family

Pepperdine University Libraries hosts Holocaust survivors Bernd and Judy Simon, who recount their journey of tragedy, survival, and love.

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 1 – The Capture

Holocaust Remembrance Day – Part 1 – The Capture

Pepperdine University Libraries hosts Holocaust survivors Bernd and Judy Simon, who recount their journey of tragedy, survival, and love.

Dr. Jonathan Webber on the Holocaust

Dr. Jonathan Webber on the Holocaust

In 1993, British social anthropologist Dr. Jonathan Webber began a collaboration with the photographer Chris Schwarz which became known as “Traces of Memory.” They documented existing traces of pre-World War II Jewish life in Poland, and the resulting photographs and …

Dr. Jonathan Webber on What Do You Do After Genocide?

Dr. Jonathan Webber on What Do You Do After Genocide?

In 1993, British social anthropologist Dr. Jonathan Webber began a collaboration with the photographer Chris Schwarz which became known as “Traces of Memory.” They documented existing traces of pre-World War II Jewish life in Poland, and the resulting photographs and …