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Dedication of the "Terrace of the Soldiers" Generously Endowed by Dr. Max and Gianna Glassman

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Published on Dec 21, 2013

On 15 September 2013, Dr. Max and Gianna Glassman generously endowed the Terrace of the Soldiers in honor of their grandchildren Joshua and Daniel Weiman at Yad Vashem on the Mount of Remembrance. The Terrace of the Soldiers looks onto to the Entrance Plaza at Yad Vashem, and acts as a gathering point for the thousands of IDF soldiers who come to Yad Vashem annually. Max Glassman was born in Toronto to Polish Jewish immigrants. In WWII Max joined the Royal Canadian Air Force. After his honourable discharge, Max entered the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto. More than 50 years ago he founded the Queensway Medical Centre and Clinic in Toronto and has, for the last 30 years, conducted seminars and lectured on happiness as an integral component to health. Dr. Glassman and Gianna are generous philanthropists, supporting many institutions in Canada and Israel and many causes, including Holocaust education.

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