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Auschwitz Exhibition
Auschwitz Exhibition plans to reopen its doors—pending City and State approval—on a reduced schedule on September 13. Moreover, Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away. has extended its stay in New York City through May 2, 2021.
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The Wiener Holocaust Library is one of the more than 20 institutions and museums part of “Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away.” exhibition. The Wiener Library, as the world’s oldest Holocaust archive and Britain’s largest collection on Nazi era, helped reconstruct the context and narration of Europe’s darkest chapter in History.
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Auschwitz Exhibition Candelabras
During this uncertain period that Auschwitz exhibition is closed, its mission to spread the lessons of the Holocaust remains more important than ever...
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WWI-Iron-Cross-Medal
Discovering our collections. This German Iron Cross was awarded to Salli Joseph, who was born in 1886 in Neuenbürg, Germany. He was one of...
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The European Commission and Europe Nostra have awarded the 'Auschwitz' exhibition with the European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards 2020 in the...
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By January 1945, the Third Reich stood on the verge of military defeat. Most of German East Prussia was already under Soviet occupation. Soviet forces besieged Warsaw, Poland, and Budapest, Hungary, as they prepared to push German forces back toward the interior of the Reich.
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German-Freight-Car-Wagon
"Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away." exhibition extends its stay at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York, in response to high demand after being visited by more than 106.000 people...
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A Shofar, a ram’s horn that is made into a special wind instrument used during Jewish High Holiday religious services, that was hidden and clandestinely used in Auschwitz 75 years ago, will be added to the ‘Auschwitz. Not long Ago. Not Far Away’ exhibition at the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A living memorial to the...
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On December 13th 1942 Nazi soldiers invaded the county of Zamosc, in Poland, and evicted almost 300 villages. They sent the over 116.000 people who inhabited these lands to camps such as Zwierzyniec, Auschwitz or Majdanek, among others.
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UN-Secretary-General-Antonio-Guterres
Mr. Antonio Guterres strongly recommended the AUSCHWITZ exhibition "as a spark to the action and reflection we need at this time” last week...
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