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Event commemorating the International Holocaust Remembrance Day

We invite you to an event commemorating the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which will be held on Monday, January 22, 2024, at the Mashmaut Center, 12 Hashmonaim St., Kiryat Motzkin.

We invite you to an event commemorating the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which will be held on Monday, January 22, 2024, at the Mashmaut Center, 12 Hashmonaim St, Kiryat Motzkin.

 

The event will include:

10:00 – Opening of the exhibition: “Death for Humanity: The Ulma Family,” the creators of the exhibition: the Institute of National Remembrance, the Polish Institute Tel Aviv, and the Polish Embassy in Israel.

11:00 – Screening of the film “Soda Factory and One Trumpet,” which tells the story of two families from Poland In collaboration with “Sinmotskin.”

Before the screening, we will have a discussion with the participation of Mrs. Magdalena Kusztal, the Director of the Polish Institute Tel Aviv, the filmmaker Shmulik Segev, and the cast of the film Shifra and Dr. Aryeh Yagoda, moderated by Dr. Lea Ganor, the Director of the Mashmaut Center.

Please note entry to the event is free of charge; however is subject to pre-registration by January 18, 2024, via WhatsApp only to the number 0549048323.

Applicants who wish to attend the exhibition, the film, or both events are asked to indicate this information in their registration.

 

The number of seats is limited.

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