Holocaust Remembrance Pin
Designed by Holocaust survivor Hanka Cornfield-Marder, who in 1941, was 13 years old at the time she was taken on a transport train and over the next four years was an inmate in four German concentration camps before being liberated on May 8, 1945. She chose to portray a leaf in her design for the pin because once liberated the leaves symbolized rebirth as the survivors reconstructed their lives with hope. The peace dove symbolizes the desire for a world peace.
Wearing the pin you are relaying the survivors' message you will help prevent such a tragedy from happening again. You will give the next generation hope that theirs will be a world of rebirth, a world where doves can fly freely.