The Gross-Breesen Project, a multi-media exhibit, will be exhibited in Richmond, Virginia in 2008. The exhibit, utilizing a combination of still photography, audio-voice recordings, and documentary film, depicts a courageous and determined group of Holocaust-era, German-born Jews, who, despite hardship, cruelty, and long-odds for survival, were able to overcome Nazi-oppression and lead adult lives filled with family and career success. Their achievements were made possible in large party by their participation as teens at a unique non-Zionist agricultural training farm located at the German/Poland border—Gross Breesen. At the farm, these youngsters fell under the tutelage of a brilliant and charismatic leader, Professor Curtis Bondy, who both before and after the war was a respected and acclaimed teacher as well as writer in the field of youth psychology. Bondy was both an optimist and a realist, and he instilled in his charges at Gross-Breesen the necessity for hard work, camaraderie, and resiliency to endure their present situation and thrive after. Bondy’s prescient and progressive message will be highlighted in the exhibit, and in combination with the artistic re-telling of the challenges and triumphs experienced by the “Gross-Breeseners,” this show should be of great value to young and old who are faced with similar obstacles in their lives.