After they defaced a historic black schoolhouse with racist graffiti, they were ordered to read. Not all the authors were happy about this.
Category Archives: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The museum listened to critics before reissuing a study that set off a backlash — with concessions.
Professor Eliach, who survived the Nazi massacres of Jews in her Lithuanian town, went on to document their lives in a canyon of photographs at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Brunhilde Pomsel, a witness to the Nazis’ inner circle, offers an unflinching glimpse into the mentality of the era in the film “A German Life.’’
A collection of photographs belonging to Mary Berg, a diarist of the Warsaw Ghetto, were saved from public auction and were bought by the Holocaust museum in Washington.
Information about Giovanni Palatucci, celebrated for saving Jews, is being removed from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in light of evidence that the tales may be untrue.
Today marks the 20-year anniversary of the opening of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Called “a living memorial to the Holocaust,” and hailed as groundbreaking, its unsparing narrative–populated with artifacts, oral and video histories, …