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LBI remembers the events of November 9, 1938, when state-sponsored gangs destroyed Jewish homes, synagogues, and businesses. With historian Marion Kaplan, the premiere of a short documentary featuring living eyewitnesses who live in New York City, and a musical performance.

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Please note that this event has been rescheduled from the original date of November 12, published in the CJH September/October Program brochure. On December 2, 1938, just weeks after Kristallnacht, the first group of unaccompanied Jewish refugee children arrived in the United Kingdom. LBI and Yeshiva University Museum launch an exhibition exploring this remarkable effort…

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Raphael Gross discusses the reception and representation of Anne Frank’s diaries, placing them in the framework of a more comparative European cultural, intellectual, literary and political history.

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Reserve tickets for this event Make a contribution in honor of Ambassador Wittig and Ms. von Voss-Wittig This year, LBI will present the Leo Baeck Medal for the first time to a couple who have used their positions and their expertise in diplomacy and journalism respectively to make lasting contributions to the memory of German-Jewish…

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Contributors to a new book of essays written by the descendants of Jewish holocaust survivors from Germany discuss their own stories, and historian David Sorkin (Yale) will offer historical context based on his current studies of the history of citizenship and Jewish emancipation in Europe.

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