The Summer Camp That Brutally Taught Russian Jews About the Holocaust

Counselors dressed as Nazi soldiers, campers as young as 10 forced to wear yellow patches and witness horrific images – these were just some of the methods the Jewish Agency used to teach the Shoah in the former Soviet Union in the 1990s

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An illustration showing a sad young Russian Jew surrounded by artifacts, including a yellow patch, the Israeli national flag and a kippa
Credit: Yael Bogen
Liza Rozovsky
Liza Rozovsky

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