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October 24, 2017
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Time:
6 p.m.

Location:
Slovenian National Home
6409 Saint Clair Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44103

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Solving the Mystery:
Tracing Your Family's Path from a Displaced Persons Camp
Public Program
These objects belonged to Helene Reik during her imprisonment in the Theresienstadt ghetto in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia. <i>Gift of Elizabeth Margosches; photo by Lisa Masson for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum</i>
These objects belonged to Helene Reik during her imprisonment in the Theresienstadt ghetto in Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia. Gift of Elizabeth Margosches; photo by Lisa Masson for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has partnered with the Ukrainian Museum-Archives in Cleveland in a digitization project to ensure that materials from the Holocaust era are preserved and fully accessible for generations to come. We hope you will join us for this free program about the Museum’s Rescuing the Evidence initiative, free research services, and interviewing project focusing on the Baltic, Polish, and Ukrainian experiences.

Museum Speakers
Diane Afoumado, Chief, Research and Reference, National Institute for Holocaust Documentation
Jaime Monllor, International Outreach Officer, National Institute for Holocaust Documentation
Ina Navazelskis, Program Coordinator, Film, Oral History and Recorded Sound, National Institute for Holocaust Documentation

This program is free and open to the public. For more information and to register, please call 216.781.4329.



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Registration Assistance
216.781.4329


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