Holocaust Remembrance Coin
In 1941, Holocaust survivor Hanka Kornfeld-Marder was 13 years old when she was taken on a transport to Auschwitz. She was saved because Auschwitz was too crowded and could not accept any more prisoners. Over the next four years, Hanka was an inmate in four German concentration camps before being liberated on May 8, 1945.
Displaying the Holocaust remembrance coin designed by Hanka shows a commitment to remembering the innocent victims of the persecution and the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps.
This double-sided pewter coin comes in an acrylic case and with a 4 x 6 information card.