Employees of the “ALZHIR” museum in the Museum of the History of Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot organized the event "The Fates of Soviet Jews during the Great Terror:" A.L.ZH.I.R.", as part of which Anar Khasenova presented an exhibition accompanied by slides "Museum "ALZHIR" is a unique historical monument of past years ", Mailibaeva Saya - an exhibition on the theme "The memory of them is alive ... ". Also, the presentation of the documentary “Fierce Cold of "ALZHIR", the clip "1937. Early withered flowers", of the editions of the museum "Kazakhstan unites us", "Alash"-"ALZHIR", "Elbasynyn bastamasymen ashylkan edi ", "ALZHIR". Like a terrible dream, “Descendants remember” and the story related to the kurt, who saved the lives of ALZHIR prisoners, was told.
During the event, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Kazakhstan to Israel Satybaldy Burshakov, Director of the International School for the Study of Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot Itamar Kremer and museum employee Rimma Usmanova, descendants of ALZHIR prisoners - Elena Almazova, Olga Chertok, Maya Sheinina, made reports Kati Zobin and etc. Yulia Antsis presented the exhibition with the accompanying slides, the book “Happy Childhood”, published by her mother Tatyana and grandmother Valentina Shevchenko. She handed over to the museum fund paintings - painted by her mother Tatyana Shevchenko, the theme of which was the harsh everyday life of ALZHIR. The event was attended by about 100 people. In memory of the museum, event guests were presented with collections of memoirs of ALZHIR prisoners and their children “Descendants Remember”, as well as letters of thanks to the director of the Museum of the History of the Jewish People Dan Tadmor and museum employee Rimma Usmanova, who spoke live on Israeli television and told about the meeting employees of the ALZHIR museum with descendants of ALZHIR prisoners.

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