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The story of Hana's Suitcase has been the catalyst for stage and film dramatizations, prose, poetry and more. Here we have collected some clips of the various ways Hana's story has been interpreted, and of interviews with those who have been a part of Hana's story from the beginning.

George Brady interviewed

An interview with Hana's brother George Brady, from HEC Conversations.

A Song for Hana

A song composed about Hana's Suitcase performed by the Glen Brae Middle School Choir. (Song begins at 1:25)

Inside Hana's Suitcase: Preview

Clips from a preview of the documentary "Inside Hana's Suitcase" directed by Larry Weinstein

George Brady Interviewed by Young Reporters

Click here for George's interview.

In December 2009, students from Grade 8 English and Grade 10 history classes at Greenwood College School in Toronto, Canada were visited by Holocaust survivor George Brady. Mr. Brady spoke to the students with great candor about his unlikely story of survival. Here's the full interview with Mr. Brady.

Video by Harry Moore, Isabella Romano, and Elly Rosenbaum of Greenwood College School.