Stephen Tyrone Johns

The Holocaust Museum: A timeline

Decades ago, organizers of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum determined that they would render both the broad sweep and horrifying detail of one of the 20th century’s most incomprehensible crimes against humanity: the Nazis’ slaughter of more than 11 million Jews, Slavs, Poles, Gypsies and homosexuals. Through artifacts, testimonials, art and architecture, the museum would be narrative and groundbreaking, a place to memorialize and educate.

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