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Gallery: 'A New Generation Remembers' the Holocaust

Sam Owens
Courier & Press
Thompkins Middle School students from teacher Rebekah Hodge's classes view the murals displayed in the "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019. The exhibit is open for public viewing from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on weekdays and 1 to 4 p.m. on weekends until February 17.
Thompkins Middle School students from teacher Rebekah Hodge's classes view the murals displayed in the "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019. The exhibit is open for public viewing from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on weekdays and 1 to 4 p.m. on weekends until February 17.
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Fred Gross of Louisville, Ky., studies the artwork created by Rebekah Hodges' Thompkins Middle School students with the theme of learning from the past atrocities of Nazi Germany as it hangs in the hallway of the school Monday morning. Gross was a 3-year-old when the Nazis invaded his home country of Belgium in 1940. He arrived in the United States in 1946.
Fred Gross of Louisville, Ky., studies the artwork created by Rebekah Hodges' Thompkins Middle School students with the theme of learning from the past atrocities of Nazi Germany as it hangs in the hallway of the school Monday morning. Gross was a 3-year-old when the Nazis invaded his home country of Belgium in 1940. He arrived in the United States in 1946.
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Hannah Brown, right, Thompkins Middle School sixth-grader, writes a comment about her thoughts on "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit as classmate Griffin Dunville, left, waits for his turn at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019.
Hannah Brown, right, Thompkins Middle School sixth-grader, writes a comment about her thoughts on "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit as classmate Griffin Dunville, left, waits for his turn at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019.
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Fred Gross is tickled by a past picture of him during his younger acting days as he speaks to Rebekah Hodges' Thompkins Middle School class Monday morning. Gross, a Jewish Holocaust survivor, and his family stayed one step ahead of the Nazis to eventually arrive safely in the United States in 1946.
Fred Gross is tickled by a past picture of him during his younger acting days as he speaks to Rebekah Hodges' Thompkins Middle School class Monday morning. Gross, a Jewish Holocaust survivor, and his family stayed one step ahead of the Nazis to eventually arrive safely in the United States in 1946.
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Emma Sallee, Thompkins Middle School sixth-grader from Rebekah Hodge's class, stands in front of a mural depicting Anne Frank, one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust, while viewing the "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019.
Emma Sallee, Thompkins Middle School sixth-grader from Rebekah Hodge's class, stands in front of a mural depicting Anne Frank, one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust, while viewing the "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019.
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Fred Gross of Louisville, Ky., speaks to Thompkins Middle School students in Rebekah Hodges' class about how he and his family escaped the Nazis during World War II Monday morning. Gross was a 3-year-old when the Nazis invaded his home country of Belgium in 1940. He arrived in the United States in 1946.
Fred Gross of Louisville, Ky., speaks to Thompkins Middle School students in Rebekah Hodges' class about how he and his family escaped the Nazis during World War II Monday morning. Gross was a 3-year-old when the Nazis invaded his home country of Belgium in 1940. He arrived in the United States in 1946.
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Thompkins Middle School sixth-grade students Addison Sanders, from left, Gavin Podewils, Sydnee Robinson take notes as they view the "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019.
Thompkins Middle School sixth-grade students Addison Sanders, from left, Gavin Podewils, Sydnee Robinson take notes as they view the "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019.
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Fred Gross of Louisville, Ky., hugs Thompkins Middle School students Daniel Hartz, left, and Hannah Brown, both 11, after the read a poem the class had written about Gross's escape from Hitler's Nazis Monday morning.
Fred Gross of Louisville, Ky., hugs Thompkins Middle School students Daniel Hartz, left, and Hannah Brown, both 11, after the read a poem the class had written about Gross's escape from Hitler's Nazis Monday morning.
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Isabella Nellis, a Thompkins Middle School student, reads more about a mural on display with the "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019.
Isabella Nellis, a Thompkins Middle School student, reads more about a mural on display with the "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019.
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Fred Gross of Louisville, Ky., speaks to Thompkins Middle School students in Rebekah Hodges' class about how he and his family escaped the Nazis during World War II Monday morning. Gross was a 3-year-old when the Nazis invaded his home country of Belgium in 1940. He arrived in the United States in 1946.
Fred Gross of Louisville, Ky., speaks to Thompkins Middle School students in Rebekah Hodges' class about how he and his family escaped the Nazis during World War II Monday morning. Gross was a 3-year-old when the Nazis invaded his home country of Belgium in 1940. He arrived in the United States in 1946.
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Jordan Box, left, and Aidan Fisher, right, Thompkins Middle School sixth-graders, observe and take notes on the murals displayed in the "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019.
Jordan Box, left, and Aidan Fisher, right, Thompkins Middle School sixth-graders, observe and take notes on the murals displayed in the "A New Generation Remembers" Holocaust exhibit at Temple Adath B'nai Israel in Evansville, Ind., Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019.
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Fred Gross
Holocaust survivor with his family as a child
Fred Gross Holocaust survivor with his family as a child
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