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January 07, 1983 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-07

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50 Friday, January 1, 1983

LAW FREEDMAN

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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BONN (JTA) — Israel
exports to Germany
amounted to some $400 mil
lion in 1982, a 20 percen
drop compared to 1981.

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Holocaust Terror Personalized
for Area High School Students

Some 600 high school
students who participated
in a symposium on the
Holocaust last month were
personally involved in the
event through a 'dramatic
technique.
Holocaust survivor David
Bergman, who addressed
the conference sponsored by
- the Detroit Round Table of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews and

the Jewish Community
Council, had the students
fill out a family tree.
He then told the students
of his own Holocaust ex-
periences and had them
cross-out relatives and
friends as he described how
his relatives and friends
were killed by the Nazis.
The family tree is a new
technique that Bergman
has incorporated into his
teaching unit on the
Holocaust for area
schools. The unit, de-
veloped over the last 15
years by Bergman based
on his personal experi-
ences as one of the
youngest survivors of
Auschwitz, includes a
180-page teachers' guide,
a questionnaire for the
students, a film strip, a
book and cassette, and
meetings with local sur-
vivors of the Holocaust.
The questionnaire and
the family tree serve to per-
sonalize the Holocaust for
the students, Bergman
says, by placing them in the
position of the victim.
Bergman -began organiz-
ing his materials in 1967
when he began to record his
personal Holocaust experi-
ences. He now uses those
experiences in schools by
showing the studetns what
happened to him. He ar-
rived in Auschwitz at the
age of 12.

Miss Borovoy
to Marry in July

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Department of Michigan
and Ladies Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veterans, will
have a drive to benefit the
needy 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tues-
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Bergman's book-and-
cassette program has been
used by more than 100
schools. His entire unit can
be taught in four one-hour
sessions, although it can be
reduced to two hours.
Bergman is trying to
expand the program into
additional schools and is
seeking more survivors
to assist. Approximately
35 Holocaust survivors
are currently involved,
he said.
Along these lines, he is
talking with members of the
Shaarit Haplaytah sur-
vivors' organization and
plans to meet with the
Holocaust Memorial Center
in the hope- of exparxding his
program.
Persons interested in
Bergman's program can
write Remembrance Educa-
tional Media, P.O. Box 483,
Lathrup Village, Mich.
48076.
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Bloomfield.
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State University. Her
fiance attends the Univer-
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attend the WSU Medical
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A July wedding is
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Mile.
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