Vienna's Lost Daughters Screening in New York City

MARCH 27, 2014 6:30

This 2007 Austrian documentary focuses on eight Vienna-born Holocaust survivors who came to New York by way of the "Kindertransporte". For many of these women, Vienna is still their emotional dwelling place, a city that holds both fond memories but also haunting images of the violent separation from their loved ones seventy years ago.

This screening is followed by a talk with the film's director Miriam Unger and some of its protagonists.

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Atlantic Cape Commemorates Kindertransport Anniversary

MARCH 27, 2014 12:30 - 1:30PM

Atlantic Cape Community College and The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Kindertransport in the first of a series of Holocaust remembrance events to take place in March and April at Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.

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Kindertransport Exhibit in Dallas, Texas

JANUARY 8, 2014 to FEBRUARY 28, 2014

The Kindertransport Journey: Memory into History exhibit will be featured at the Dallas Holocaust Museum.

211 N. Record St. Suite 100 Dallas, TX 75202-3361
Phone: (214) 741-7500

Monday – Friday 9:30AM—5:00PM
Saturday – Sunday 11:00AM—5:00PM
Closed on major national and Jewish holidays

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To Life: To Children

FEBRUARY 27, 2014 6PM -9PM

Marietta Drucker and Lisl Schick,
Children of the Kindertransport and Honorary “To Life” Chairs invite you to join them at To Life: To Children, Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Kindertransports.

Featuring Mona Golabek in “The Children of Willesden Lane”

2014 Loebenberg Humanitarian Award Recipient
Chief Jane Castor, Tampa Police Department

The Mahaffey Theater – Duke Energy Center for the Arts, St Petersburg, Florida

A benefit for the Florida Holocaust Museum

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Holocaust Anniversaries: Kristallnacht, the Kindertransport, and the Genocide Convention

DECEMBER 9, 2013 7PM-9PM

World Without Genocide will commemorate the 75th anniversaries of Kristallnacht, the beginning of the Holocaust, and the kindertransports, and the 65th anniversary of the signing of the Genocide Convention, with a program on Monday, December 9, 2013.

Mr. Benno Black, possibly Minnesota’s only survivor of the kindertransport, will share his personal story.

William Mitchell College of Law, Auditorium, 875 Summit Avenue, St. Paul, MN 55105

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World Kindertransport Day Film screening

DECEMBER 8, 2013 4PM

Temple Beth El of Ithaca New York will be screening 'Nicky's Family' on Sunday, December 8th at 4 p.m. at Cinemapolis, the local art film cinema at 120 East Green Street.

Free tickets will be available in the on a first come, first served basis beginning Wednesday, November 13th.

If you are not a Temple Beth El member, please contact Gale Halpern if you wish to attend:

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Kindertransport 75th Anniversary Commemoration

DECEMBER 8, 2013 6PM-8PM

The Florida Chapter of the Kindertransport Association is organizing a series of events. They will send a package of educational materials, and speakers into schools, and host a cocktail party featuring a school debate team representing the House of Commons vs the U.S. Congress debating the question of "allowing children without parents into their respective countries".

Spanish River library, Boca Raton, Florida

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Commemorating Kindertransport's 75th anniversary

NOVEMBER 18, 2013 to DECEMBER 7, 2013

The Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of Birmingham is a series of events marking the 75th anniversary of the Kindertransports.

Two evening lectures, an afternoon workshop, and a production of Diane Samuels’ play Kindertransport with Diane Samuels conducting a q & a.

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Kindertransport 75th Anniversary Commemoration: Maine Resident, Ed Benedikt, Shares his Story

DECEMBER 5, 2013 12PM-1PM

Ed Benedikt, a Maine resident, was only 8 years old when Ed and his 15 year old sister, Lucie, left Austria on a Kindertransport in December of 1938. Ed’s parents were able to leave Austria in 1941 and Ed and his sister joined them in the United States in 1943.

In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of the first Kindertransport, Ed will be sharing his story.

Donations Accepted
Refreshments Provided

Michael Klahr Center
University of Maine, 46 University Drive, Augusta, Maine

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The Kindertransport in History and Memory.

DECEMBER 4, 2013 2PM-6PM

The Institute of Advanced Studies at the University of Birmingham is a series of events marking the 75th anniversary of the Kindertransports. Including this workshop featuring Professor Andrea Hammel, a speaker at the 2012 KTA conference.

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