Now Available For Purchase!
A joint effort of YSU’s Maag Library, History Department and the Department of Media & Academic Computing, this one hour documentary was broadcast by Public Television’s Western Reserve Public Media during the 2011-12 season and was rebroadcast in 2013. It may also premiere on WGTE in Toledo. Here is a preview.
This Jambar article discussed the creation of the program. It was featured at the Youngstown Area 2012 Jewish Film Festival and all proceeds from purchased copies will go to Dr. Saul Friedman's Scholarship fund for history students studying the Holocaust. Dr. Friedman died March 31, 2013.
According to the records of the Greek government, 56,500 Jewish citizens lived in the city of Salonika on the eve of the Holocaust. By December 1944 only three remained. This is their story–and by extension–it is the story of the Jews of Greece.
Copies are only $10.
The order form is below and can be mailed to:
Center for Judaic and Holocaust Studies
Youngstown State University
Youngstown, OH 44555
Questions can be directed to the Center at 330-941-1604 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Ash and Smoke may also be borrowed from the Maag Library's MultiMedia Center, Call number DVD 0432.