U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

An Exhibit Of Nazi Hatred

12/31/2013
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Sixty-seven years after it mysteriously disappeared after the Nuremberg Trials, the diary of a member of Adolf Hitler’s inner circle recently turned up in the home of a scholar who lives near Niagara Falls.

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U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum Does Free Research For Holocaust Descendants

Museum's archives include material held by state and private institutions across Europe.

02/19/2013
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Jeffrey Cymbler of Forest Hills, Queens, visited museums in Poland, Israel’s Yad Vashem Holocaust museum/research center and the Auschwitz Museum before learning in 2011 about the extensive archives at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

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U.S. Holocaust Museum Presenting Roll Call of Victims

05/02/2011

(JTA) -- Holocaust survivors and members of the public are reading the names of Holocaust victims at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.

The reading at the museum's Hall of Remembrance began Sunday and will last through May 8.

During the Days of Remembrance, May 1-8, the museum is commemorating the 6 million Jews killed in the Holocaust, as well as the millions of other victims of Nazi persecution, with observances in Washington and throughout the United States.

Memo to Holocaust Museum leaders: it's time to speak out against Nazi comparisons

I almost didn't read yesterday's JTA story headlined "Fox News Chief: NPR Bosses are Nazis” or the subsequent, predictable apology, so fed up am I with the cynical, casual use of the Holocaust as just another political “gotcha.”

This stuff goes on every day, and generally the only voice we hear in opposition is that far-left-wing, George-Soros-enabling Abe Foxman of the ADL (just kidding, but you can see how my email has been running).

Germany Recognizes U.S. Holocaust Museum Official

05/21/2010

WASHINGTON (JTA) -- Germany awarded its highest civilian honor to a Holocaust scholar at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Germany presented Paul Shapiro, the director of the museum's Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, with the Cross of the Order of Merit for his role in negotiating the terms that in 2007 made accessible to the public the extensive Holocaust-era archives at Bad Arolsen, Germany.

The award was presented Tuesday to Shapiro in a ceremony at the German Embassy in Washington. The museum announced the award on Thursday.

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