Photographed by Timothy Hursley Holocaust survivor Yaffa Eliach collected 8,000 prewar pictures of daily life in her Lithuanian hometown of Eishyshok. This legacy lives on at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Holocaust Memorial in Berlin, Germany. I would love to go to Germany and see some holocaust memorials for myself!
Holocaust Monument - Inspired by a group of Holocaust survivors who found new lives in the Boston area, the New England Holocaust Memorial was built to foster reflection on the impact of bigotry and the outcomes of evil during World War II and to this day.
Holocaust Memorial Day marked - The Voice of Russia - The Voice of RussiaHolocaust Memorial Day markedThe Voice of RussiaThe Nazis had killed some 1.5mln people there, including about 100,000 Russians, 150,000 Poles and a million Jews. In an interview with The Voice of Russia Sunday, an Auschwitz survivor - http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=tfd=Rusg=AFQjCNFCiBXKkM2fx8JZUaPqt4qz4cNz2gurl=http://english.ruvr.ru/2013_01_27/Holocaust-Memorial-Day-marked/
National Holocaust Museum, Washington D.C. This is one of the hardest places to describe. Took my breath away.
Human exhibits and sterilization: The fate of Afro Germans under Nazis
Caption: Two survivors prepare food outside the barracks. The man on the right is thought to be Jean (Johnny) Voste, born in Belgian Congo -- the only black prisoner in Dachau. Photo Credit: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Frank Manucci Date: May 1945
German Chancellor Angela Merkel offered William and Kate their official introduction to the country before scheduled visits to the Bradenburg Gate and the Holocaust Memorial, where they met with Holocaust survivors and toured the museum. Sean Gallup/Getty Images