The Page Family: Surviving the Holocaust

Eric and Hedy Page were children when Hitler began to gain power in Europe. Hedy’s family was among the small number of fortunate and brave Jews that were able to flee Europe. Eric and his family were not able to flee and his family met personal tragedy. How did they meet? What is their family like today? What was it like for their children to learn about the Holocaust in school while having survivors as parents? What are some suggested resources for your family?

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Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau
Our important mission remains the same – connecting the lessons of the Holocaust to fight the bullying, apathy and prejudice of today’s world.
www.holocaust-nassau.org

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