March of Life
Now more than ever –
United to be a Light!
Welcome to the 6th International March of Life Conference – this time online!
Now more than ever – United to be a Light!
We are looking forward to a day full of encounters, valuable impulses and top-class speakers! On this website you will find all the information that you need to participate. In the schedule, you will find the links to the YouTube streams for each event. Additionally, we have put together further information about speakers, informative material, donation possibilities and much more.
We wish you a blessed conference and are looking forward to spending this time together with you!
Founder and President
Saturday, 02.13.2021 – 6th International March of Life Conference
3:00 p.m. (CET): Start of the Conference live from Tübingen
4:00 p.m. (CET): Lecture: Dr. Boris Zabarko
The Meaning of the Invasion of the Soviet Union 80 Years Ago
4:40 p.m. (CET): Lecture: Jobst Bittner
The Universal Key to Breaking the Veil of Silence
5:20 p.m. (CET): Lecture: Michel Gourary
Taking a Stand for Jewish Life and Israel in the Public Sphere
6:00 p.m. (CET): Lecture: Dr. Tomáš Kraus
The Jews in the Czech Republic and My Family
6:30 p.m. (CET): Closing and Break
Opening Online Café Mazel Tov
8:00 p.m. (CET): Official “Night to Honor Israel” live from Tübingen
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Also in 2021 we will not stop standing up for remembrance, reconciliation and worldwide for Israel and against Antisemitism. With your large or small donation, you enable us to continue this work and to spread the message in more places and nations.
Donation via Bank Transfer
Marsch des Lebens e.V.
IBAN: DE42 6415 0020 0001 8238 60
Dr. Boris Zabarko
Holocaust survivor, former member of the German-Soviet commission of historians
Dr. Thomas Feist
Commissioner for Jewish Life of the State of Saxony
Dr. Tomáš Kraus
Secretary of the Council of Jewish Communities in the Czech Republic
© Julia Steinbrecht (KNA)
European Director of March of the Living
Israeli Minister of Tourism
Founder and President of March of Life
Dr. Jürgen Bühler
Breaking the Veil of Silence
The Veil of Silence concerns you more than you think!
You come across it at every turn, whether in your personal life, in your family, in your church or congregation, or in your cities and nations. The Veil of Silence is the reason for inner coldness, loneliness, and the sense of being lost in darkness. Once you break it, you will be able to receive the immeasurable blessing of God and the authority to change your surroundings with His love. Every nation carries its own burden of guilt and trauma that is passed down through the generations, while a Veil of Silence prevents reconciliation, healing, and restoration.
Available in eight languages: German, English, French, Polish, Hungarian, Portuguese, Finnish, Russian
Raise Your Voice and be a Light
Our memory of the Holocaust fades quickly. Once again, day after day Jews are forced to face fear, violence, and intimidation. Antisemitism and Jew hatred exist in almost every country, in every city – worldwide. It is not enough to say “Never Again” to the Holocaust, if we want to prevent Jew hatred from turning violent and Antisemitic defamation from spreading. It will touch you personally, inspire, and help you to make a difference with very practical steps.
Available in German and English.
Holocaust in the Ukraine (The Library of Holocaust Testimonies)
The Nazis and their collaborators murdered 1.5 million Jews in the Ukraine. But, for a long time the subject of the Holocaust was a forbidden subject not only in the USSR but throughout the socialist bloc. It has only recently become a respectable research topic. This is a collection of 86 personal testimonies from survivors of the Shoah in the Ukraine. The objective of the book is not to relate historical facts and data but to relate a story of the inhumane experiences of people who were destined to die but managed to survive. The idea for the book was stimulated by Zabarko’s participation in a project (organized in 1994 by the Documentation Centre of Yale University) to collect audio and video testimonies of Holocaust survivors from the Ukraine.
Book Orders at TOS Media Shop email@example.com
Forgive But Never Forget
Forgive But Never Forget is a living, breathing story of how Ruth Steinfeld survived the Holocaust. Writing this book has been a lifelong dream of Ruth’s. She finished the book on her 87th birthday. At the age of seven, Ruth, her sister, Lea, and her parents were taken from their home to a Nazi detainment camp in France. Ruth’s father was taken away with the men, never to be seen by Ruth again. Ruth’s mother had the courage and foresight to realize she faced certain death and sent her children to be cared for by underground resistance. Ruth recounts her memories of those days in hiding, her survival, her post-war voyage to and arrival in the United States, and the life she made in Houston, Texas. Honest and heartfelt, Forgive But Never Forget is a story of struggle and triumph, joy and sorrow, pain, compassion and love.
English – only
Ruth Steinfeld: Autobiography “Forgive But Never Forget” Available per Email order at TOS Medienshop firstname.lastname@example.org
Fri. 03.26. through Sat. 03.27.2021 – Tübingen/Online
Breaking the Veil of Silence – Basic Module
Fri. 04.09.2021 – worldwide
Fri., 04.30. through Sat. 05.01.2021 – Tübingen/Online
Breaking the Veil of Silence Seminar – Advanced Module
Mon. 05.10. through Sat. 05.15.2021 – Israel
Timescale for the March of the Nations 2021
80th Anniversary of the Invasion of the Soviet Union
Sun. 11.28. through Mon. 12.05.2021 – Tübingen/Online
Chanukkah Days – Jewish-Christian Culture and Encounters Week