Children. They are the most vulnerable victims of war and genocide. Between 1933 and 1945, millions of children were displaced as a result of persecution by the Nazis and their collaborators. After World War II, relief agencies photographed some of the children who survived to help find their families. Now, more than 65 years later, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is working to discover what became of these young survivors. Will you help us find them?
October 29, 2014
Raphaël Obadia had never seen this photograph of his late father, Vitalis, and was very surprised when he saw it online. Raphaël recognized his father because he has another photo of him that was taken one or two years earlier than the one on our website. Vitalis passed away in 2005 and never talked much about his experiences during the Holocaust. Raphaël shared with us what he could about his father’s life during that period.read more »
October 7, 2014
A member of the Museum staff was able to locate Regine Probstein through the Page of Testimony about her father that she submitted to Yad Vashem in 1997.read more »
September 16, 2014
Marcel Probstein was born in the Pletzel, the Jewish ghetto of Paris, on June 5, 1942. His parents were Hinda Baila Klajner Probstein (born June 26, 1907), from Wiskitki, Poland, and Szaja Probstein (born August 23,1894), who was born in Przemysl. Szaja came from a large family, all of whom perished in the Holocaust. Marcel’s mother arrived in Paris in 1926, where she met and married his father.read more »