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Nathan Zakheim: Holocaust art to benefit ‘We The Kids’ charity

Noted, Holocaust Art Dealer Nathan Zakheim’s family has lived through the indescribable tragedy that many Americans can hardly imagine. Zakheim, the Senior Conservator at Los Angeles. CA’s ARTpraisal is using the auction of millions of dollars of his father, Bernard Zakheim’s artwork to benefit the national “We the Kids” organization, according to Judy Lane, President of the organization.

“We The Kids” is committed to Christian-Judeo values

Auctioning history to save history has great meaning for distinguished Holocaust Art Dealer Nathan Zakheim. Preserving the memory and lessons of the indescribable tragedies of the Holocaust that personally impacted Zakheim is being accomplished by monetarily supporting the American patriotism and Judeo-Christian values of the national “We the Kids” organization. Zakheim, the Senior Conservator at Los Angeles. CA’s ARTpraisal is using the February 4, 2018 auction of millions of dollars of his father’s, Bernard Zakheim’s, artwork to benefit the popular charity.

Holocaust art auction for ‘We The Kids’ charity

Preserving the memory and lessons of the indescribable tragedies of the Holocaust that personally impacted Zakheim, Senior Conservator at Los Angeles. CA’s ARTpraisal, is being accomplished by monetarily supporting the American patriotism and Judeo-Christian values of the national “We the Kids” charity organization. Zakheim, the Senior Conservator at Los Angeles.

Revolutionary War Jewish patriots Christmas gift

The Christmas season may be one of the best times for reflection about freedom, sacrifice and why it is essential to remember the bravery of all soldier patriots who hunkered down at Valley Forge 240 years ago. Among those soldiers and patriots are those that many historians and teachers largely do not acknowledge: The Jewish patriots who joined the fight for America’s religious and governmental freedom.