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The purpose of the "Next Generations to Holocaust and Heroism" association is to help Holocaust Survivors\ Victims in Israel & around the world.
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Join us and bring others: start your own community

Open a personal page, on which you can, via the various social media, connect all your friends and acquaintances to give back their voice to those whose voice has been silenced: tell their stories, upload photos and light a memorial candle.

The website enables each and every one of us to study the stories of victims and survivors of the Holocaust as well as the connection of various communities so that we can all experience the history of the Holocaust in a more tangible way. Connect to the personal stories of the survivors, victims and their families, learn about their lives, the various ghettos and camps in which they had been held. Explore their family, social and communal ties.

Together we will preserve their memory and pass it on to future generations.

About ”Next Generations”

Next Generations to Holocaust and Heroism is an association grouping second and third generation descendants to Holocaust survivors (2-Gen, 3-Gen). Its main goal is to commemorate Jewish Holocaust and heroism and pass on to the next generations our survivor parents’ legacy about their life before the Holocaust, during the Holocaust and in its aftermath, written in their very blood and transmitted to us so we transmit it further on.  

 

 
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ברכה גולדברג
1 month, 3 weeks ago

סבא שלי שהיום, 27 במרץ 2014 הוא יום הולדתו ה-88.

יוסי לוי
2 months, 3 weeks ago

לזכר סבי יוסף שעל שמו אני נקרא,סבתי לונה שניהם מצד אבי מישו ז"ל ולזכר סבי אדולף שפיצר שנשחט במחנה המוות יאסנובץ שבקרואטיה.

משה גוז
2 months, 3 weeks ago

לזכר אבא שלי צבי גוז

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About The Project

Let's light a candle in memory of the victims and of the survivors who have since passed away. Let us make their voice heard and perpetuate their personalities and stories, from the Holocaust period and from the Jewish world that was and no longer exists.

Commemoration in general and of that type in particular is the way to prevent interested parties around the world from denying the Holocaust, and to continue our struggle against anti-Semitism. We, their descendants and Next Generations, must make their story a Haggada, a "living legend ".

Come to our site &  to the facebook page /

http://dorot.memorialine.com/home.aspx

https://www.facebook.com/memorialine

 

Next Generations’ goals

Document the stories and family relationships of Holocaust victims and survivors.

Build a family tree through family and social ties.

Upload photos and videos of the victims and survivors of the Holocaust.

Publish books of personal stories for future generations.

 
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Images from the Holocaust

They were there ..In the Holocaust - some victims, some of whom died later .. and some still survive among us

Thanks

עמותת דורות ההמשך N.
Ramat Hasharon, Israel
856
visitors
$126
impact
ח.ח.
Israel
donated: $18,000
Peter & Alla W.
FL 33412 , Florida
donated: $500
ayelet gross-gefen
Israel
donated: $270
Jacob Aizic
United States
donated: $250
אריאל א.
Israel
donated: $180
BELLA KLEIN
Israel
donated: $180
rachel N.
Israel
donated: $180
אסתי קליינרמן-מורדקוביץ
Israel
donated: $180
פרידמן נורית
Israel
donated: $180
Avner Yonai
United States
donated: $180

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FAQ

Question:

Is the donation tax deductible?

Answer:

 All donations to the "Next Generations" association are tax deductible under section 46 of the Income Tax Ordinance.

Question:

What is the purpose of the Holocaust memorial site?

Answer:

The site is a joint project of Next Generations, and Memorialine. The site is designed to record the memories of all the people who were in the Holocaust, for the sake of the next generations.

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