Un calendario de vida

La historia de la familia Herschel

 

Material destinado a: alumnos mayores de 12 años

$64.00

Este material presenta la historia de una familia judía holandesa desde distintas perspectivas. En el corazón de esta unidad se encuentra un documento histórico singular de la familia Herschel: el “Calendario de vida” que Nico Herschel preparó en el invierno de 1942/1943 en la Holanda ocupada por los Nazis, poco después de que naciera su primer y único hijo, Tswi. En este calendario, el joven padre formuló sus esperanzas personales acerca del futuro de su familia: la visión de una familia auto-determinada, optimista y feliz que con el tiempo tenía proyectado establecer su hogar en el Estado Judío de Israel. Sin embargo, el destino de esta familia tuvo un curso muy diferente, un trágicodesenlace: en marzo de 1943, Nico recibió la orden de los ocupadores alemanes de abandonar su ciudad natal, Zwolle, y trasladarse al “barrio judío” designado en Ámsterdam. Más tarde, fue asesinado junto a su esposa Ammy en el campo de exterminio de Sobibor.

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Yad Vashem, World Holocaust Remembrance Authority, was established in 1953.  Located on the Mount of Remembrance, Yad Vashem is dedicated to Holocaust remembrance, education, documentation and research. Drawing on the memories of the past, Yad Vashem seeks to meaningfully impart the legacy of the Shoah for generations to come.

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