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The Holocaust - Featured On Display At Miami Turnberry

Artist Allan Cohen Aventura, Florida
The Holocaust - Featured On Display At Miami Turnberry, Aventura Jewish Center in Miami Dade, Florida for their Annual Yom HaShoah Memorial Program Collage.
Size 22" x 28" - Framed, Under Glass.
Very realistic actual photographs of concentration camps, Auschwitz, Buchenwald, Dachau, Bergen-Belson. A very dark moment in the history of the world.

Liberation: On January 19, 1945, the Soviets liberated the Lodz ghetto. Of the 230,000 Lotz Jews plus the 25,000 people transported in, only 877 remained.

History of Holocaust story from beginning to end and dates of the Holocaust on back of frame.

Allan Cohen is known for his sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical collage mixed media assemblage's that often tell stories, reflect on the human condition and speak of the wonders and worries of life's situations. His work is influenced by tales, myths, humor, human nature and personal journeys, as well as quotes and objects he has gathered along the way.

He started his art training in Acrylic Painting over 35 Years ago

Allan Cohen lives and creates his art in Aventura, Florida, Regarding this piece“I am very pleased and gratified to be chosen to be recognized locally and also because it is where I live and work.”

Contact Information:

Web Site: www.AllanCohenArt.com .

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Telephone:1-305-215-3668

Allan Cohen - Collage, Mixed Media, Assemblage Artist
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Lauder: March of the Living proves 'Hitler did not win'

 

Lauder told the gathering: "Seeing so many young people from around the world - both Jewish and of many other faiths and backgrounds - fills me with a feeling of hope for the future of the Jewish people and hope for all humanity"


World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder was among the leaders of this year's March of the Living at the former Nazi death camp Auschwitz. An estimated 11,000 people from dozens of countries, most of them under the age of 25, participated. The marchers walked the three-kilometer (1.9 mile) distance from the former Auschwitz concentration camp (StammlagerI) to Birkenau, where 1.1 million Jews were systematically murdered in gas chambers by the Nazis during World War II.
There, Lauder told the gathering: "Seeing so many young people from around the world - both Jewish and of many other faiths and backgrounds - fills me with a feeling of hope for the future of the Jewish people and hope for all humanity. Auschwitz symbolizes the depths humanity can reach - but every time young people like yourselves make their way to these tear soaked grounds, listen to the stories of survivors, and pledge to build a better world, I know with certainty, one thing: Hitler did not win."
Lauder condemned the growing tide of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel sentiment and ended his speech with 'Am Yisrael Chai'.
The march traditionally takes place annually on Yom HaShoah, Israel's Holocaust remembrance day. This year's edition marked the event's 25th anniversary. Israel's delegation was led by IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz.
More than 150,000 people have participated in the March of the Living over the past years. On Monday, participants from 42 countries came to the sites; most of them between the ages of 16 and 21. For many it was the first time that they wee directly confronted with places of the Nazi genocide.
Ahead of the March of the Living, Israel's President Shimon Peres had sent a message to the participants: "There are marches which are measured by the length of the journey, there are marches which are measured by time. You came on a march which cannot be compared, it is a march from the lowest point to the highest peak. The lowest point is the actions of the Nazis. There was no atrocity like it in history," Peres said.

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