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Activities and resources for before your visit to the Permanent Exhibition.
Activities and resources for during your visit to the Permanent Exhibition.
Activities and resources for after your visit to the Permanent Exhibition.
A guide highlighting key elements of the Permanent Exhibition. Numbered images correspond to locations identified in the map at the back of the guide. (PDF available)
Chronicles the historical legacy of the Holocaust. Many of the issues raised by this cataclysmic event continue to have an impact on our lives and the world in which we live. (PDF available)
An online encyclopedia featuring articles, film, photographs, individual histories, survivor testimony, chronologies, maps, artifacts, music, and links to additional resources.
Five brochures about the experieces of non-Jewish victims: Jehovah’s Witnesses, Poles, Homosexuals, Handicapped, and Sinti and Roma (Gypsies). Available online and as PDFs.
An overview of the Holocaust, with text, historical photographs, maps, images of artifacts, and audio clips. Organized by theme.
Individual profiles of Holocaust victims, showing that behind the massive statistics are real people and a diversity of personal experiences.
An overview of the Museum’s design and its four commissioned artworks.
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