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Daughter of Moshe & Khana, Housewife, Perished in Auschwitz Camp, Poland
Daughter of Avraham & Gitel, Housewife, Perished in Transnistria, Ukraine
Daughter of Jhezkel and Sosana, single., Seamstress, Perished in Auschwitz
Son of Avraham & Rada, Pupil, Perished in Wilno, Poland
Daughter of Meshulam & Dvora, Married to Bernhard, Housewife, Perished in Kolomyja, Poland
Daughter of Rivka & Moshe, Student, Perished in Lodz Ghetto, Poland
Married to Moritz ., Housewife, Perished in Auschwitz
Daughter of Aba & Yeta, Housewife, Perished in Warszawa Ghetto, Poland
Daughter of Yitzkhak, married to Simkha., Housewife, Perished in Iwje, Poland
He was Single, Student, Perished in Dolina Forest, Poland
Son of Zalman and Gene, married to Mina., Shoemaker, Perished in Lyubavichi, Russia
Son of Mikhael & Luiba, Yeshiva student, Perished in Mezrich, Poland
Son of Khava & Shmuel, Shoe merchant, Perished in Tarnopol, Poland
Son of Moshe & Rivka, Married to Mina, Merchant, Place perished is unknown
She was Married, Housewife, Perished in Treblinka, Poland
Daughter of Aharon & Lina, Married to Shmuel, Housewife, Perished in Auschwitz Camp, Poland
Daughter of Roza & Yehuda, Sales person, Perished in Slovakia, Czechoslovakia
Son of Mendel & Perel, Student, Perished in Auschwitz Camp, Poland
Son of Zainvil & Shprintza, Married to Charna, Shoemaker, Perished in Majdanek Extermination Camp
He was Single, Clerk, Perished in Auschwitz, Poland
About Us
Will tomorrow’s children even know about the Holocaust?

Join the popular new custom of lighting a personal memorial candle in memory of one of the six million who perished, this eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Unfortunately, survivors will no longer be here to share their story.
It is up to us.
Continue the annual tradition of lighting a personal memorial candle together with family and friends. We are keeping their memory alive this year and next year, ensuring the collective memory of the six million will continue for generations to come.
Experience a personal connection by reflecting upon and discussing the life of the person whom you are remembering.
You choose who to remember – a relative, a hero or a person by chance.

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.Just think, perhaps you are the only hope I have. Fulfil it

Elie Wiesel's answer to the question: What will happens when there are no more Holocaust survivors left to tell the story?
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The Names Remembered database contains over 300,000 names, a resource provided by the public – survivors, family members, acquaintances of the victims, young schoolchildren, communities and reputable internet sources.

Our 6 Million non-profit organization has been operating since 2013. Since then, millions of personal memorial candles have been lit – in homes, schools, public agencies, IDF units, the Knesset of Israel, the President’s House; and various organizations, companies and public institutions.

The custom is widely practiced in Israel, and has become more popular over the years in communities around the world, mainly the United States.

Glimpse into the life of a person by reading about their life on your candle label AND by scanning the QR code, accessing more information about their life story.


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