The Museum's narrative history of the Holocaust features historical artifacts, video footage, and personal stories.
Explore how ordinary people within the Reich and across Europe were essential to the execution of Nazi racial policies.
Examine the era when Cambodia's Khmer Rouge government instituted policies that led to the deaths of at least a quarter of the country's population as it sought to radically restructure the nation.
Presents the history of the Holocaust through the experience of one child. Recommended for children ages eight and older.
Learn the history of efforts to hold perpetrators of genocide and mass atrocities accountable through court proceedings, from the Nuremberg trials of Nazi war criminals to the ongoing trials in Cambodia of surviving Khmer Rouge leaders.
This exhibition explores the continuing impact of the most widely distributed antisemitic publication of modern times, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.
View the efforts of the Museum’s Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide to bring attention to the people and places at risk today for genocide and other mass atrocities.
Through this installation, you will be able to converse in real time with displaced persons or refugees in Iraq, Jordan, and Germany.
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