"Music and the Holocaust"01/27/2023 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Join The National WWII Museum along with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO) for this webinar on International Holocaust Remembrance Day as we discuss the importance of music during the Holocaust, as well as Violins of Hope, a private collection of violins that belonged to many Jewish people during World War II.Registration Closed
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International Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemorative Program01/27/2023 | 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Join us for an evening of remembrance and reflection with Holocaust survivor Steven Hess, a special viewing of the Violins of Hope exhibit, and a performance with a violin rescued from the Holocaust during the pre-program reception.Registration Closed
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American Soldiers Uncover Medical Mass Murder at Hadamar
A week before American units liberated their first concentration camp, the US 2nd Infantry Division uncovered one of the killing centers of the Nazi regime's so-called "euthanasia" program at Hadamar, Germany.
The Imperative to Witness: Memoirs by Survivors of Auschwitz
This list of books, written by survivors about their hellish time in the Auschwitz complex, exemplify the imperative to witness.
Best of WWII Public Programs: The Holocaust
A collection of some of the most notable programs on the Holocaust at The National WWII Museum.
The “Holocaust by Bullets” in Ukraine
The Holocaust in Ukraine represents the first phase of the Holocaust in which an estimated 1.5 million Jews were shot to death at close range in ravines, open fields, and forests.
Wannsee Conference: The Master Plan for the "Final Solution"
The Nazis chose the serene setting for one of the most infamous meetings in world history, where they discussed their plans for the “Final Solution.”
The Aftermath of "Liberation"--Jewish Displaced Persons in the American Zone of Occupation, 1945-1947
Tune in for an enlightening conversation about the trials and tribulations that tens of millions of Europeans faced in the years following Victory in Europe in 1945.
Conversation with WWII Veteran Alan Moskin
Join us as for a unique opportunity to hear directly from a WWII Veteran, who is featured in the Museum’s installation of Dimensions in Testimony: Liberator Alan Moskin, an interactive biography from USC Shoah Foundation, on display in New Orleans from February 4–September 11, 2021.
The Holocaust: One Teen's Story of Persecution and Survival
Hear personal recorded testimony from Eva Schloss, the stepsister of Anne Frank and survivor of Auschwitz.
“You Couldn’t Grasp It All”: American Forces Enter Buchenwald
American personnel faced a humanitarian catastrophe when they liberated Buchenwald Concentration Camp.
Yom HaShoah: Conversation with Renée Fink04/08/2021 | 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
To commemorate Yom HaShoah, join The National WWII Museum for an evening with Holocaust survivor Renée Fink.