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Holocaust Living History Workshop

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72 digital objects.


The video recordings represent events organized by the Holocaust Living History Workshop (HLHW). Established in 2008 as a collaborative project of the UC San Diego Jewish Studies Program and the Library, the HLHW aims to preserve the memory of the victims and survivors of the Holocaust. Starting in January 2010, the HLHW has been hosting meetings and presentations that connect local survivors, their families, researchers, UCSD students, and San Diego communities. The collection includes the recordings of these events since 2012. Its content covers multiple topics of the history of the Jewish and Romani Holocaust, antisemitism, and Jewish migration mostly in the 1930’s – 1940’s in Europe and the United States. Besides that, the collection amply represents the intergenerational Holocaust impact and contemporary reflections on the Holocaust.

Creation Date
  • 2012-
Project Directors

Some content in this collection includes images or language that may be discriminatory or offensive. The content is intended to serve as valuable evidence for analyzing and challenging the legacies of history both as it occurred and how it unfolds in the modern-day, rather than to perpetuate or endorse any discriminatory or offensive attitudes or acts. Please refer to the UC San Diego Library’s Historical Context and Cultural Sensitivity Statement for more information.



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