Download poster sets, covering topics like propaganda and the roles of individuals during the Holocaust, to use in your classroom.
The poster set American Witnesses highlights the experiences of men and women in the US military who saw firsthand evidence of Nazi atrocities in April 1945. It explores their reactions to what they saw and heard using their oral, written, and visual testimony. This exhibit also includes the testimonies of Holocaust survivors liberated by US military personnel.
This 16-poster set based on the Museum's exhibition State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda is available in 16 languages. The posters examine how the Nazis used propaganda to win broad voter support in Germany’s young democracy after World War I, implement radical programs under the party’s dictatorship in the 1930s, and justify war and mass murder.
This set of 22 posters is based on the Museum's exhibition Some Were Neighbors. The exhibition examines the role of ordinary people during the Holocaust. The central role of Adolf Hitler and other Nazi leaders is indisputable, but they depended on countless others. Examine the motives and pressures that influenced the choices and behaviors of individuals during the Holocaust.
These posters provide a concise overview of the events of the Holocaust.
These posters examine American responses to the persecution and murder of European Jews during the Holocaust. The posters invite reflection on the role of individuals, organizations, and governments in confronting hatred and mass atrocities.
These posters investigate the early warning signs that led to the Holocaust. Reflecting on these events challenge us to consider what might motivate us to respond to indicators of genocide today.
The trials at Nuremberg and the trial of Adolf Eichmann set important precedents and raised questions about the nature of justice in the face of such enormous crimes. These posters focus on the ways crimes were documented, the trials, and their legacy of justice.
The US soldiers who helped defeat Nazi Germany and liberate the concentration camps were among the first eyewitnesses to the Holocaust. Remembering their stories of freedom inspires us to promote human dignity and confront hatred whenever and wherever it occurs.
These posters tell the stories of ordinary people who chose to intervene and help rescue Jews, despite the risks.