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Institute Statistics Reveal Huge Gains in USC Shoah Foundation Outreach This Year

The number of people who watched testimony in the 2013-14 fiscal year more than doubled from last year, USC Shoah Foundation’s year-end statistics reveal. And that’s just one of many impressive numbers that show how USC Shoah Foundation continues to grow its influence around the world.


From the Visual History Archive

Robert Fleisher on WWI

Robert Fleisher describes what it was like living in Vienna, Austria during World War I, including the grim conditions and turmoil the country faced during the war and thereafter. Picutred Austrian troops during WWI.


Impact in Profile

Meet Harry Reicher

Harry Reicher, recipient of the first Rutman Teaching Fellowship at USC Shoah Foundation, is in residence at the Institute this week to give a public lecture and conduct research for his Law and the Holocaust course at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.