Yizkor – Memorialization

Remembrance and Identity - "Remember the days of old; reflect upon generations, ask your father and he will tell you; your elders, and they will inform you” (Deuteronomy 32:7) Jewish remembrance is not content with merely embracing or mourning the past, not even just in understanding and knowledge. Remembrance is meant to give meaning to the present and the future. Jewish memory is a command, a deposit and a challenge, and it is not for nothing that the nickname "A Nation th...[Read more]
Sarah Leibowitz – My Father’s Will (Velyki Komyaty, Czechoslovakia)
Dov Landau - A Lesson for Generations (Brzesko, Poland)
David Bruckenthal - A Poem for the Holocaust Survivors (Holland)
Zalman Cohen – Rabbi Hershel Schachter and the First Yizkor Prayer in Buchenwald (Nyiregyhaza, Hungary)