The Museum’s podcast series, Stories Survive, is available on SoundCloud and iTunes. Series episodes are described below.

Stories Survive – A Lodz Ghetto Survivor and Her Daughter Experience “Memory Unearthed”
Rose Fogel survived the Lodz Ghetto. She and her daughter Debbie Lewis visited the special exhibition “Memory Unearthed: The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross” at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, and spoke with Peter Haskell about the personal impact of the exhibition.
SoundCloud | iTunes

Stories Survive – Finding Personal Connections to The Lodz Ghetto Photographs of Henryk Ross
On the occasion of a special exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, Michael Glickman (Museum President & CEO) explores the history the Lodz Ghetto photographs of Henryk Ross, and special guest Michael Goldstein (Museum visitor) recounts the stunning experience of walking through the exhibition and encountering a photograph of his father in the ghetto. Interspersed throughout the episode are clips from the testimonies of Holocaust survivors Irene Sulzman, Rozalia Berke, and Brandla Small.
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Stories Survive – Exploring Austrian-Jewish History: A Conversation with Dr. Tim Corbett
The Museum’s inaugural Prins Fellow, Dr. Tim Corbett, discusses his research on the history of Jews in Austria—with a focus on what Jewish cemeteries can reveal about Austrian-Jewish life and culture across time, and how these are distinct from the German-Jewish experience. Dr. Corbett also speaks about the roles of historians and museums in presenting the history of the Holocaust during a period of generational change.
SoundCloud | iTunes

Stories Survive – A Conversation with Avraham Groll on JewishGen and Family History Connections
JewishGen.org director Avraham Groll talks to CBS Radio’s Peter Haskell about the ways in which JewishGen has helped Holocaust survivors and their families. He also provides invaluable advice for listeners interested in researching their own genealogy.
SoundCloud | iTunes

Stories Survive – Ruth Zimbler: Eyewitness to Kristallnacht
Ruth Zimbler was born in Vienna in 1928. On November 10, 1938, during Kristallnacht, she and her brother Walter watched the destruction of the largest synagogue in Vienna from their apartment. Ruth and Walter were on the first Kindertransport (Children’s Transport) out of Vienna in December 1938. Their father, who worked for the Jewish Community of Vienna, facilitated the journey to den Haag, Holland. Ruth and her family eventually made it to New York in late 1939.
SoundCloud | iTunes

Stories Survive: Conversations is narrated by Peter Haskell and produced by the Museum of Jewish Heritage — A Living Memorial to the Holocaust.