Henry Kronberg Remembers | A Story of the Warsaw Ghetto Remembrance Garden

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This is a rare and unique opportunity to hear from one of the remaining few survivors of the Holocaust. Henry Kronberg, 98 and resident of Las Vegas, will return to Stillpoint to share a video about him and the Warsaw Ghetto Remembrance Garden at nearby Temple Beth Shalom.

Henry was 19 years old when the Nazis invaded Poland in 1939.  During the next 6 years he endured the Krakow ghettos, labor camps, and a concentration camp.  In 1947, a couple years after liberation from the Nazis, Henry and his wife moved to New Jersey.

Join us as we watch the short video “A Place of Hope:  The Story of the Warsaw Ghetto Remembrance,” featuring Henry Kronberg and Ben Lesser, another Holocaust survivor.  In the hour following the video Henry will answer questions from the audience and tell the story that, as he says, “ I don’t like to speak about or remember, but it’s a story that must be told.”

Presenter:  Henry Kronberg, Survivor of the Holocaust

Date:  Wednesday, September 26th

Time: 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Cost:  Freewill Donation, proceeds to benefit Stillpoint and the Warsaw Ghetto Remembrance Garden at Temple Beth Shalom

Advance Registration Required; Limited Space Available

Children and teens, accompanied by an adult, are encouraged to attend.  Please ensure that they have some understanding of World War II in advance.  


Stillpoint’s September Readers Group selection by author Etty Hillesum is focused on life during the Holocaust.

Stillpoint movie recommendation: The Pianist

Youtube: Warsaw Ghetto Stones Remembrance Dedication

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