Holocaust survivor Pinchas Gutter joins Jonathon Van Maren to tell his story. Pinchas lived through the Warsaw Ghetto, witnessed the Warsaw Uprising, and survived five concentration camps.
Jeannie Smith is a Holocaust lecturer and daughter of the Holocaust Rescuer Irene Opdyke. She joined Jonathon to discuss her mother’s life and legacy.
Barbara Winton is the daughter of Holocaust Rescuer Sir Nicholas Winton author of the book “It’s Not Impossible: The Life of Sir Nicholas Winton.” She joined Jonathon to discuss her father’s life and legacy.
Mariette Rozen survived the Holocaust by fleeing Brussels at the age of three. She was hidden by Dutch families in the Netherlands for the duration of the war. She joined Jonathon to talk about resisting the Nazis, anti-Semitism both past and present, and what we can do to combat it.
When Hessy Taft was six months old, it was a dangerous time to be a Jewish child in Nazi Germany. But in a bizarre twist of fate, the Nazis selected her baby photo to publish in one of their publications as the ideal Aryan child. Hessy joined Jonathon to tell him the story.
Dr. Efraim Zuroff is an Israeli historian of American origin who has played a role in bringing Nazis indicted for war crimes to trial. Zuroff, director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center office in Jerusalem, is the coordinator of Nazi war crimes research worldwide for the Wiesenthal Center and the author of its annual (since 2001)…
Eva Schloss is an author, an Auschwitz survivor, and the step-sister of world-famous diarist Anne Frank. She joined Jonathon on The Bridgehead to talk about surviving Auschwitz, life after the war, and what she remembers of a little girl named Anne Frank.
Leon Leyson was the youngest surviving Jew from Oskar Schindler’s famous list. In this interview shortly before he passed away, he recalls what it was like in Europe during the Holocaust, what it was like to work in Schindler’s factory—and what it was like to know the man himself.