Traveling Exhibit

The traveling exhibits will allow the content displayed on the educational panels of the eight pocket exhibits to be made available far beyond the physical site of the Holocaust Garden…

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Exhibit #7 – The Anguish of Liberation

The Anguish of Liberation: Survivors & Veterans When the camps were liberated, survivors and military personnel alike suffered from the impact of liberation.   Most Jewish survivors had nowhere to go,…

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Exhibit #6 – The Rescuers
Greek World War II rescuer Melpomeni Dina (C) reacts as she is reunited with holocaust survivors Yossi Mor (R) and his sister Sarah Yanai, whom she helped escape in 1943, at the Hall of Names at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial museum in Jerusalem on November 3, 2019. (Photo by Emmanuel DUNAND / AFP)

Exhibit #6 – The Rescuers

The Rescuers Rescuers and upstanders will be honored in this pocket.   Stories will be featured on particular individuals (consuls, military personnel, and/or civilians) who risked their careers, their finances, or…

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Exhibit #4 – The Atrocities

The Atrocities:  Perpetrators, Onlookers, Victims The main issue to be addressed in this pocket exhibit is that we are personally accountable for how we respond to wrongdoing (such as abuse,…

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Exhibit #3 – The Web of Deception

The Web of Deception: Politics and Propaganda The concept here would be to trace the evolution of the propaganda carefully orchestrated to prejudice people against certain people groups, to arouse…

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Exhibit #2 – Life Before

Life Before the Holocaust – Business and Everyday Pleasures This pocket would feature articles, stories, and/or art work depicting some of the more routine or normal aspects of everyday life…

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