These Children of Survivors Have Found an Innovative Way of Sharing Their Parents’ Holocaust Stories

Aware that the day is not far off when there will be no Holocaust survivors around to tell their own stories, a new project trains their offspring to speak in their names

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Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz

About 10 years ago, Yehuda (“Dudi”) Ronen was invited to speak at an elementary school in central Israel about his father’s experiences during the Holocaust. He stood on the auditorium stage and waited for the children to quiet down. But the more their teachers urged them to stop fidgeting and talking, the rowdier they got.

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