Holocaust Pop-Up Museum: All Month Long
What is a Pop-Up Museum? The Holocaust Museum & Janet G. and Harvey D. Cohen Education Center has taken its renowned exhibit and consolidated it into 17 panels. These panels teach the scope of the Holocaust from Germany between the World Wars, through to Liberation, the end of World War II, and the creation of the word “”genocide.”” The Holocaust History & Memory panels are numbered and replicate the Museum’s main exhibit. Authentic artifacts and replicas are included along with a small selection of books banned by the Nazis, as well as framed pictures that show elements of the Holocaust complimentary to the History & Memory panels. Additionally, you can view a series of 12 black and white professionally photographed portraits of local Holocaust Survivors and camp Liberators. See and hear the survivors retell their pivotal personal moments that fit into the historical context of the Holocaust.
Registration is not required.