Upcoming Events

Above the Drowning Sea

On the eve of World War II, tens of thousands of Jewish refugees are trapped in Nazi-controlled Vienna. This documentary is the epic story of their dramatic escape to Shanghai. Tickets Available Here Tickets include small popcorn and drink Contact info@hmmsa.org for more information
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Dr. Ann Millin – African American Responses to Fascism and the Third Reich

Thursday, February 28 2019 7:00 PM Temple Beth-El | 211 Belknap Place African Americans viewed the rise of fascism as a menace to American democracy. It also encouraged a renewed commitment to fighting racism at home and a deeper understanding of their own position in an America that
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Bagels Over Berlin

Bagels Over Berlin is about the experiences of Jewish Army Air Corps veterans in World War II. In this documentary, Jewish veterans relate fascinating stories of life in the service, realizing their recollections will be lost forever if not shared. Director Alan Feinberg will appear a
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Teaching the Holocaust with Confidence

RSVP Here Please click here to RSVP for Day 1 of Echoes and Reflections Please click here to RSVP for Day 2 of Echoes and Reflections
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For Hope For Humanity Gala

March 7th, 2018 Witte Museum- The Mays Family Center 6P.M. Learn more about tickets & registration HERE Learn more about the purchase of a Tribute Ad HERE
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David Kassan

For your safety, due to current weather conditions and forecasts, we must regretfully cancel tonight’s event with David Kassan.  Thank you for your interest in our educational outreach programs and events.  Visit HMMSA.org for more information about a possible reschedule. Please
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My Heart in a Suitcase

The Kindertransport was the informal name of a series of rescue efforts which brought thousands of refugee Jewish children to Great Britain from Nazi Germany and its annexed territories between 1938 and 1940.  Children were fostered in families other than their own and many were never
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Holocaust Study Seminar Educator Application

The Holocaust Memorial Museum of San Antonio is seeking an educator  that will serve as co-staff for a new initiative to engage twelve to fifteen high juniors in a six-month study of the Holocaust. The goal of this program seeks to educate and expose students to the history and atroci
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Holocaust Study Seminar Student Application

  This program will engage twelve to fifteen high school sophomores and juniors in a six-month study of the Holocaust. The goal of this program seeks to educate and expose students to the history and atrocities of the Holocaust, with the intent of broadening their world views and
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