Holocaust Voices

holocaust voices

Voices from across the HMC Community offer their perspectives and experiences from the Holocaust, the museum, and more.

 

 

 

Why I am a Docent: Deborah Tyner

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

By: Deborah Tyner, Volunteer Docent –  After I retired from being an Oakland County Circuit Court judge, I wanted to explore areas of interest to me and devote my energy to community service. Becoming a docent fulfilled both of my goals. Since my years as a U of M student (where I majored in history and obtained… Continue Reading Why I am a Docent: Deborah Tyner

Translating Tragedy: Clara Garbon-Radnoti’s Deciphering of Hungarian Holocaust Records

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

By: HMC Editorial Staff –  Like many of our wonderful volunteers, Clara Garbon-Radnoti is devoted and passionate about the Holocaust Memorial Center’s mission to engage, educate and empower by remembering the Holocaust. But she had no idea that her work as a volunteer would lead to a monumental discovery for Holocaust survivors and Hungarian Jews.… Continue Reading Translating Tragedy: Clara Garbon-Radnoti’s Deciphering of Hungarian Holocaust Records