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The meaning of our Holocaust Torah by Rabbi Norman Patz

In 1975, when our congregation got one of the Holocaust scrolls from the Memorial Scrolls Trust in London, we were told that it came from Dvůr Králové nad Labem, an industrial town in northeastern Bohemia. But we were not able to learn anything further about the Jews of the town, not even the names of… Read More

True to the words of Elie Wiesel

Elie Wiesel, who died very recently, wrote a Foreword for a Memorial Scrolls Trust booklet in 1988: “Once, when trying to explain the Torah to my students, I said: “A Chassidic legend reports that it was not the Ark that saved Noah from the flood, but the word, tevah which means letter as well as… Read More

The MST Office Reopens!

Shalom from the MST office, open once again after a brief summer break. We hope you will be patient as we catch up with our correspondence, and in the spirit of Elul we ask for forgiveness for any frustration we may have caused you. With all best wishes for a healthy and fulfilling New Year! Read More

In Conversation – A Report

  In Conversation: David Bernstein & Lord Triesman with Anthony Clavane Last Monday, the Memorial Scrolls Trust was delighted to host an evening of conversation as a fund-raiser for our work. David Bernstein and Lord David Triesman were interviewed about the current state of Association Football in England by the writer and sports journalist Anthony… Read More