Permanent Exhibition: the Holocaust at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum: This narrative history of the Holocaust features historical artifacts, video footage, and personal stories.
I Am My Brother's Keeper: A Tribute to the Righteous Among the Nations is one of the dozens of online exhibits at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Remembrance Center.
Exhibit answers questions such as: Who were the Jews who were targeted? What were the motivations for the annihilation of European Jewry? How were the Jews murdered? In what ways did the victims deal with the events of the Holocaust?
“Thou shalt not be a victim, thou shalt not be a perpetrator, but, above all, thou shall not be a bystander.” — Yehuda Bauer
An online authority on the Holocaust, this Washington, D.C. museum is free and open every day except for Christmas and Yom Kippur.
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A top source of Holocaust education, commemoration and research that is based in Jerusalem. Highlights of the collection include:
A Jewish youth, wearing a numbered tag, sits on a staircase with her head in her hands after her arrival in England with the second Kindertransport.
Image Source: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of National Archives and Records Administration, College Park in the public domain.
Image Source: "Map of the major Nazi concentration and extermination camps" From the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Marilyn Spencer: Search for this photograph and others by keyword in the research collection.
Page from a diary written by Mina Kaplan-Halberstadt, an educator in an orphanage for child Holocaust survivors in Lublin, Poland, dated, 26/06-24/12/1945. Courtesy of the Yad Vashem Documents Archive.