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24th Annual Tribute Dinner Video


HMTC's 24th Annual Tribute Dinner Digital Journal presented on September 21, 2016.
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23rd Annual Tribute Dinner Video


HMTC's 23rd Annual Tribute Dinner Digital Journal presented on September 10, 2015.
Thank you to our Sponsors and Supporters


The Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County was nominated for a Social Impact Award at the 3rd Annual Long Island Imagine Awards held May 5, 2015. The awards honor innovation and leadership in the non-profit sector.


A few of HMTC's educators and a Holocaust Liberator respond to Nicki Minaj. What they said might surprise you.


Survivor Testimony: Surviving a Death March - Bernard Igielski
Bernard Igielski was born in 1927, in Brezeziny, Poland. When Germany invaded Poland in 1939, he and his family were sent to the Breziny Ghetto. In 1941, the Nazis liquidated the ghetto and sent everyone to the Lodz Ghetto. Mr. Igielski remained in the Lodz Ghetto until its liquidation in 1944, when the Nazis deported the Jews to Auschwitz-Birkenau. In Auschwitz, he was spared immediate death and became a slave laborer. After various death marches, he was finally liberated by American troops.


Ferit Hoxha
His Excellency Ferit Hoxha has been the Ambassador of Albania to the United Nations since 2009. Born in Koplik, Albania, he attended the University of Tirana, the Netherlands Institute of International Relations in The Hague, and the Center of International and Security Studies in Maryland. Prior to his appointment, Mr. Hoxha served as National Coordinator for the Alliance of Civilizations, National Coordinator for the Barcelona Process-Union for the Mediterranean, and as Governor to the International Atomic Energy Agency Board of Governors. He has also served as Albania's Ambassador to France, Portugal, Belgium and Luxembourg.


Guest Speaker
Dr. Bernd Wollschlaeger, author of the book "A German Life: Against All Odds Change is Possible" describes his struggle growing up in Germany in the shadow of his Father, a highly-decorated WWII tank commander and Nazi officer. He eventually converted to Judaism, emigrated to Israel and served in the Israel Defense Forces as a Medical Officer. Dr. Wollschlarger was the Guest Speaker at our 21st Annual Tribute Dinner, held on November 19, 2013 at the Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation.


21st Annual Tribute Dinner Digital Journal
HMTC's 21st Annual Tribute Dinner Digital Journal presented on November 19, 2013. Thank you to our Sponsors and Supporters.


21st Annual Tribute Dinner MyLITV Highlights
HMTC's highlights of 2013. Presented at the 21st Annual Tribute Dinner on November 19, 2013. Special thanks to MyLITV.com and Digital Waterworx, Ltd.



Holocaust Remembered
A multimedia look behind the doors - and the lives - of the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County





2016 Tribute Dinner Videos


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