Holocaust Memorial Museum

Holocaust, Russia-Ukraine War: Paths of memory in today's reality - opinion

I suggest recoining the “Never Again” slogan into “We did it again” – as bystanders this time.

By TOMASZ CEBULSKI
25/04/2022

Cincinnati Holocaust Museum receives $18 million anonymous donation

CEO Sarah Weiss said the gift will enable the museum to add digital exhibits that are increasingly seen as a frontier for Holocaust education.

By Jackie Hajdenberg/JTA
15/04/2022

Israeli museum opens Holocaust exhibit for Jehovah’s Witnesses

Jehovah’s Witnesses are Christians who refused to cooperate with the Nazis.

Yad Vashem partners with JewishGen on Holocaust genealogy database

Yad Vashem has been conducting the Pages of Testimony program since the 1950s and has helped hundreds of thousands of Jews reconnect to their family members that perished.

Yad Vashem Chairman meets with UN Secretary-General António Guterres

The meeting, which took place in the UN Headquarters in New York City on Friday, addressed the issues of Holocaust remembrance, education, research and historical documentation.

Budapest’s new $30m Holocaust museum sits in limbo

The story of the museum, whose temporary name is the House of Fates, underlines how the legacy of the Holocaust keeps Jews from being fully integrated into Hungarian society.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
17/11/2021

Man injures head after falling from block at Berlin Holocaust Memorial

The Holocaust Memorial near the Brandenburg Gate and the Reichstag was inaugurated in 2005 and consists of 2,700 concrete blocks.

Memories of Kristallnacht: By a second generation survivor.

For my father, a strong Israel as the home of the Jewish people was the only answer to the lessons of Kristallnacht.

83 years since Kristallnacht: “Jews are still unsafe”

Eve Kugler, a Holocaust survivor who was just a child when Kristallnacht occurred in Germany, returned to her hometown Halle, and visited the synagogue that was attacked on Yom Kippur two years ago

By INTERNATIONAL MARCH OF THE LIVING
04/11/2021
 International March of the Living to commemorate Kristallnacht

Let There Be Light: March of the Living commemorates Kristallnacht

Individuals, institutions and Houses of Worship from around the world will leave their lights on as a symbol of mutual responsibility and the shared struggle against antisemitism, racism and hatred.

By INTERNATIONAL MARCH OF THE LIVING
03/11/2021
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