Auschwitz was the largest Nazi concentration and death camp and the most lethal of all. More than 1,100,000 people were killed behind its barbed-wire fences.

Today the remains and history of this unambiguous symbol of the horrors carried out by Nazi Germany serve as a universal warning of the dangers that stem from hatred, intolerance and antisemitism, and make us see human cruelty at its uttermost.

For the first time in History, more than 700 original objects are shown in the first travelling exhibition about Auschwitz co-produced by Musealia and the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, a moving and accurate tour through one of the darkest chapters of the History of Humankind that will certainly stir the world’s conscience.

The exhibition is now open in New York City, at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, after completing a successful run in Madrid, where it was extended two times, drew more than 600,000 visitors, and was one of the most visited exhibitions in Europe last year.

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UN-Secretary-General-Antonio-Guterres

UN Secretary-General recommends visiting AUSCHWITZ exhibition in New York.

Mr. Antonio Guterres strongly recommended the AUSCHWITZ exhibition "as a spark to the action and reflection we need at this time” last...
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Bannet

Playing for his life: Louis Bannet

In Auschwitz there were up to six prisoner orchestras; men and women (from 1943) forcibly deported from different parts of...
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Resilience and Hope in ‘Auschwitz. Not Long Ago. Not far Away.’

During Auschwitz Exhibition's stay in NYC, Amud Aish Memorial Museum has lended several original objects, including a small tzitzit found in...
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Opening

Auschwitz Exhibition opens in New York City’s Museum of Jewish Heritage

74 years after the liberation of Auschwitz, a traveling exhibition dedicated to the camp is presented for the first in...
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