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Next conference 2017 in Jerusalem

A News Update !! about the conference in 2017 in ISRAEL   We like to inform you that our  next conference will be held in Israel. The dates: 5 –  8 November 2017 Location: The DAN Hotel on Mount Scopus in Jerusalem Roomrate: $198.00 per night,  with double occupancy $178.00 per night,  with single  occupancy same room rates 3 nights [...]

Speech ‘Jews in Europe’

Hereunder you will find the speech of Max Arpels Lezer during the EU-AS 2016 conference in Zagreb. The first signs that Jews were living in Europe are dating back to the 3rd century B.C.E. Judaism, originating from Alexandria was present throughout the Roman Empire. Large numbers of Jews were living on the Greek isles and Krete. On the Island of [...]

Online exhibition Jewish Child Survivors

An interesting website about Child Survivors: www.jewishchildsurvivors.org They write: This site is a tribute to those who lost their childhood in the Shoa and for whom their whole life was a struggle with the consequences of the survival. It is part of the exhibition shown in Berlin in Centrum Judaicum in August 2014, parallel to the 26th conference of the [...]

Claims Conference website for compensation

If you want to know more about possibilities of compensation, visit http://www.claimscon.org/ The Claims Conference negotiates for compensation payments and aid to victims of Nazi persecution and for the return of and restitution for Jewish-owned property. They administer individual compensation programs for Nazi victims. Read more on their website

You were just a child; you don’t even remember the suffering

Dear Max, "You were just a child; you don't even remember the suffering." As a child survivor of the Holocaust, Stefanie Seltzer is used to hearing this. Child survivors, she said, have long dealt with this added stigma and have special issues and needs, which is why she created the World Federation of Jewish Child Survivors of the Holocaust (WFJCSH) [...]

Mission Statement

We represent the European Jewish Survivors of the Holocaust. During the Nazi period, we were persecuted and being forced to live in Ghettos, in Camps and in Hiding.

Some of us were also on the run, all over Europe, trying to escape from Nazi persecution.

Our goal is to represent the interests of all Jewish Survivors now living in Europe.

We shall support each other, and shall keep alive the memory of the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis and their collaborators.

We shall pass on our legacy to future generations.

We shall fight anti-Semitism.