The Courage to Remember: The Holocaust 1933 - 1945

The Courage to Remember
"The Courage to Remember: The Holocaust 1933-1945" is on display February 19, 2013 through March 2, 2013 in the Salz-Pollak Room, 1st Floor, Library Atrium.

About the Curator

The Museum of Tolerance, Simon Wiesenthal Center.

About the Exhibit

"'The Courage to Remember' empowers young and old to learn from history, confront bigotry and fight for justice. This exhibit is not a luxury, it is a necessity in all communities."

- Dr. Alfred Baltizer
Chairman of the Foundation for California

"The Courage to Remember" traveling Holocaust exhibit, produced by the Museum of Tolerance, the educational arm of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, features 200 exclusive photographs that cannot be seen anywhere else in the world, offering unique insight into the Holocaust. The exhibit is divided into four distinct themes: Nazi Germany, 1933-1938; Moving Toward the "Final Solution," 1939-1941; Annihilation in Nazi-occupied Europe, 1941-1945; and Liberation, Building New Lives.

For more than 20 years, "The Courage to Remember" has enjoyed international acclaim, as well as an extensive tour throughout California. To date, more than 2 million visitors in 75 locations and 16 countries have viewed the exhibit, making it the most widely attended traveling exhibition on Holocaust education and remembrance.

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