Learn about their personal experiences.
Before all Memory is Lost
Women’s Voices from the Holocaust
A one of a kind collection of prose, poetry and diary excerpts from women Canadian Holocaust survivors.
An introduction to the Holocaust.
Learn more about our free resources, including books, education programs and lesson plans, the digital platform Re:Collection and short films.
The memoirs – published in English and French under the imprint of The Azrieli Series of Holocaust Survivor Memoirs – are distributed free of charge to educational institutions across Canada, and are for sale at bookstores. E-book versions are now available.
The program is guided by the conviction that such stories play an important role in education about tolerance and diversity.
Genocide Symposium "Creating Links"
Stephanie Corazza will present the resources of the Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program at this daylong symposium for teachers and professors in Kamloops.
This is a closed program.
Quebec’s English as a Second Language Teacher’s Association Convention
Book launch for Sam Weisberg
Celebration of Sam Weisberg's memoir
Baycrest, Wortsman Hall
Delve deeper into the lives of the survivors through rare interview footage, memoir excerpts, photographs, artifacts and an interactive timeline and map in our new digital platform.
About This Site
The Holocaust Survivor Memoirs Program was established by the Azrieli Foundation in 2005 to collect, preserve and share the memoirs and diaries written by survivors of the twentieth-century Nazi genocide of the Jews of Europe who later made their way to Canada.
More than half a century later, the diversity of stories allows readers to put a face on what was lost, and to grasp the enormity of what happened to six million Jews – one story at a time.