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Concluding ceremony

Film | Accession Number: USHMM Records 2001.136 | RG Number: RG-60.3816 | Film ID: 2658

13:06:15 to 13:11:55 Lt. Gen. Pavel Danilovich Gudz of the USSR speaks in Russian. He discusses the availability of American books translated into Russian and the lack of Russian books translated into English. Elie Wiesel makes the proposition that for every book translated into English, the United States will translate a book into Russian. 13:11:39 Miles Lerman announces the time of the closing ceremony. [TAPE JUMPS. COLOR BARS FROM 13:40:08 TO 13:41:16]

14:12:54 INT, conference room. [TAPE JUMPS] 14:14:14 The closing ceremony. INT, conference room, audience sits, panel prepares to speak.14:21:21 Rabbi Bernard Raskus introduces concluding ceremony. 14:30:32 Miles Lerman pays tribute to all those who died. 14:27:48 Moment of silence. Bugler plays taps. 14:30:36 Liberators names are read by Mark Talisman, in recognition by the US Holocaust Memorial Council. 14:35:27 Hank de Jarnet (sp?), a Dachau liberator, accepts scroll in memory of Walter J. Felenz (sp?), Rainbow Division. 01:22:46 Brig. Gen. James L. Collins, Jr. 14:38:16 Cantor Isaac Goodfriend, survivor, member of USHMC, and Malca Swartz (sp?), survivor, perform songs: Partisans' Hymn (in English). "Eternity" (in Yiddish). (more)

14:56:52 Liberators medals presented by Miles Lerman and Elie Wiesel to John Eisenhower; Andre Mernier on behalf of Belgium; Charles Mills Drury on behalf of Canada; Minister Eduard Kukan on behalf of Czechoslovakia; Frode Jakobsen on behalf of Denmark; Jean Laurain on behalf of France; Brig. Gen. Gray of Britain.

Genre
Unedited
Duration
02:04:03
Event Date
10/28/1981
Locale
Washington, DC, United States
Language
English
Genre/Form
Unedited.
Credit
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
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Record last modified: 2018-04-26 13:45:08
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