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What USC Shoah Foundation's Archive Birthed

What USC Shoah Foundation's Archive Birthed

After Schindler’s List hit theaters in 1993, Steven Spielberg’s phone started to ring. Holocaust survivors reached out offering to tell their stories. When the calls became a tsunami, Spielberg decided on a long-lasting commitment: He would spend whatever it took to capture their tales. Ultimately it cost roughly $300,000,000 to ... Read More »

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