Jan

7 2020

CSP:OMS Holocaust Survivors Come Home 1945-1962-Liptz

12:15PM - 1:15PM  

Las Lomas Community Center 10 Federation Way 10 Federation Way
Irvine, CA 92602

Contact Arie Katz
(949)682-4040
akatz@occsp.org
http://www.occsp.org

$ Cost $ 18.00

19th Annual CSP One Month Scholar
Fulfilling the Dream: The Fascinating Story of Modern Israel - Prof. Paul Liptz
Dedicated in Honor of Roz and Elliot Vogelfanger
Supported by an Impact Grant from
Jewish Federation & Family Services Orange County
and a generous grant from the Jewish Community Foundation of Orange County

Tuesday Brown Bag Lunch Series: Creating a Nation - January 7, 14, 21 & 28

1. Holocaust Survivors Come Home 1945-1962. Survivors of the Holocaust who moved to Israel faced three essential challenges: their immediate health and psychological aspects, finding a place to live and then settling down. After the Second World War it became clear to many that they could not return to their homes and therefore Eretz Israel, not yet a state, became an alternative despite British obstacles. Even after Israel's Declaration of Independence, the Israeli population was reluctant to discuss the Shoah and this only changed with the 1961 Eichmann Trial, when open discussion of their trauma became more acceptable.

Sponsor: Community Scholar Program (CSP)