The March of the Living is a program funded by Jewish Federations of Canada-UIA and by local UJA and CJA Federations.

Applications: Adult March of the Living

Registration for the Adult Mission has closed. For more information about the Adult March of the Living please contact Sherri Rotstein at srotstein@ujafed.org or 416.398.6931 ext. 5359.

Applications: High School Program

High School MOL Applications are now closed.

Application: Young Adult March of the Living

Young Adult (ages 21-35) registration is still open. For more information, click here and to apply go to:

https://www.cieregistration.com/apply/Default.aspx?Program=232

A Surviving Story from Arnold Friedman

On December 1928, Arnold Friedman was born in Chudlovo, Russia. Arnold had two parents and four siblings; one of them named Tzvi Hersh. Living in his area, which was close to forests, they were able to live like an ordinary observant Jewish family. When Arnold was a year old, his village of Chudlovo burned down [...]

The Torch – Poem by Arnold Friedman

The Torch   It is now [70] years since Jewish life in Europe was extinguished……….   6 000 000 of our fathers and mothers, our old people and our children were slaughtered in the streets, in the forests, starved in the ghettos and murdered in the gas chambers of Auschwitz.   [70] years —. Our [...]

Interview with Esse Golberg

  For my manuscript assignment, I interviewed my cousins grandfather Esse Goldberg. I sit here today and I think back on everything, everything that I went through and everything that I did and I am so thankful to be a survivor. I am honored to be able to share my story, and I can only [...]

Manuscript Project – Marta Green

MOL manuscript   My name is Marta Green, I was born in Hungary in 1929. I was an only child born to two Jewish Parents – Dr. Andor Bodrogi and Elizabeth Manheim. Before the war my family lived in a nice apartment in Budapest with my grandmother. We weren’t religious, but we were proud to [...]

Manuscript of Helen Rosenbaum

I have no memories of my childhood in my birthplace-Lublin Poland, we left before I had the chance to make any.  I was only two years old, but I have kept notes of everything. As my father spoke, I wrote, and thats how I am able to tell my whole story. My family decided to [...]