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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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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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Catalogo-Auschwitz
The Auschwitz Birkenau State Museum selects the 13 essential readings on the Holocaust...
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Bannet
In Auschwitz there were up to six prisoner orchestras; men and women (from 1943) forcibly deported from different parts of occupied Europe who...
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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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Objetos de Ana Frank
The collection of over 600 original artefacts is complemented now by three new items from Anne Frank House in Amsterdam...
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Seven months after the launch of the exhibition ‘Auschwitz: Not long ago, not far away’ in Madrid, the insides of three books in the exhibition are now on public display.This has been made possible by new support stands that let the books be displayed open, allowing them to be better appreciated by visitors. Details of...
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