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The Holocaust 1933-1945With nearly 200 original photographs, The Courage to Remember poster series offers compelling, new insights into the Holocaust. The story unfolds through four major themes:
1. Nazi Germany, 1933-1938
2. Moving Toward the "Final Solution", 1939-1941
3. Annihilation in Nazi-occupied Europe, 1941-1945
4. Liberation - Building New Lives
On March 13, 1988, an Austria looked back on the 50th anniversary of the 'Anschluss', the Simon Wiesenthal Center won critical acclaim with the world debut of its travelling exhibition, THE COURAGE TO REMEMBER: The Holocaust 1933-1945, in Vienna's Palais Palffy.
This powerful 40-panel visual narrative on the Holocaust is now available in a full color series, which can be used as an educational display, or as your own permanent exhibition.
This series, unique in range and scope, is ideal for commemorative or educational use in community centers, high schools and universities, libraries, synagogues and churches, and by other interested organizations and individuals. The Wiesenthal Center has created a powerful and comprehensive educational tool which can be used as the centerpiece for special events, or as a visual curriculum for educators.
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