The letter as testimony

‘Handwriting is very unique. It’s like a fingerprint.’

By BEN FISHER
January 26, 2017 12:11
3 minute read.
Israel entry permit

Entry permit to Eretz Yisrael from 1947 of Rachel Tytelman, who is still well and active, and lives in Tel Aviv. (photo credit: YAD VASHEM)

Yad Vashem isn’t content being the world’s leading Holocaust museum and research facility, but accessible only to visitors who can make it to the brick and mortar location on Jerusalem’s Mount Herzl.

In order to spread its wealth of data around the world, its website is available in over a half-dozen languages, and the museum curates online exhibitions (some available in German, Russian and even Arabic) for those who want to learn more about the Holocaust but are unable to make it to the museum’s campus.

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