Stories of Survival: The Florida Holocaust Museum Remembers
While each man, woman and child who survived the Holocaust experienced incomprehensible loss and suffering, each account is different. The Florida Holocaust Museum is dedicated to recording and retelling the experiences of Holocaust Survivors. To that end, we are still recording interviews with Survivors and their families, collecting original documents, photographs and objects from the Holocaust and sharing these invaluable resources with students, educators and our visitors. Stories of Survival: The Florida Holocaust Museum Remembers is an exhibition just a few of the stories that have been shared with us.
Photo credits: Holocaust Survivor Dr. Helen N. Fagin with her mother and older sister Wanda ca. late 1920s. Image credit: Dr. Helen N. Fagin
Holocaust Survivor Sam Gross in his Israeli army uniform, ca. 1948. Sam originally settled in Israel after World War II and fought in Israel’s War of Independence. Image credit: Alyce Gross