This set of 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.
Why were there some zealous participants in the persecution of Jews, while most simply went along or joined in? Why did so few help the victims? This poster series examines the motives and pressures that influenced the choices and behaviors of individuals during the Holocaust.
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The posters are available in English sized 2 feet by 3 feet and in Arabic, Chinese, French, Kiswahili, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish in A1 format. Each set includes 23 different posters. To download a poster set, please fill out the short survey below.