Jay interviewed by Brad Zarlin

Brad Zarlin conducted an audio interview with Jay M. Ipson on March 9, 2014, consisting of four tapes, each one about 1 - 1 1/2 hours long.  The first tape covers Jay's childhood in Lithuania, including the Holocaust years.  In the second tape, he discusses his family's life at the end of World War II and their journey to Germany to cross Checkpoint Charlie into the French Zone and the American Zone.  Then, the third tape continues with their time in Germany and seeking passage to America, followed by their transition to living in Richmond, Virginia, and Jay and Elly's wedding.  Finally, the forth tape describes their married life and family business in Richmond, establishing the Virginia Holocaust Museum, and his most recent new venture as Holocaust History Lecturer with a 501(c) (3) designation.  At the end of the tape, Jay speaks about his life now and his goal to teach about how hate hurts.

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