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  • Art and Remembrance - Dedicated to using the power of personal narrative in various forms of art to illuminate the effects of war, intolerance, and social injustice on its victims.
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  • The First Nazi Concentration Camp - Dachau - View images of the crematoria and the infamous gate that said "Arbeit Macht Frei" (work will set you free).
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  • Forum for Holocaust Studies - Devoted to the study of issues around the Jewish Holocaust and other genocides perpetrated since the beginning of the 20th Century.
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  • Holocaust Pictures Exhibition - Pictures related to the Holocaust: documents and documentation of atrocities.
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  • Itzchak Belfer - Artist and Sculptor - To commemorate Janusz Korczak's work and the holocaust of the Jewish people with a gallery of paintings, drawings and sculptures.
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  • Learning about the Holocaust through Art - Reproductions of art works produced during the Holocaust, with biographies of the artists, histories of the ghettos and camps, and study resources to support classroom use.
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  • Ninth November Night - The central theme of the artistic work is the human being as a victim. His art deals with the National Socialistic legacy, fascism, violence and intolerance. His pictures are a constant silent protest against collective denial and repression.
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  • Paintings of Tamara - A Child Holocaust Survivor - Galleries, includes history and list of museums holding works.
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  • Virtual Holocaust Memorial to Victims of Kristallnacht - Memorial created by Holocaust survivor Marika Somogyi needs a new home. Shows how it would look in various locations around the world. Includes Somogyi's dramatic story of surviving the Holocaust.
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  • William Bernheim - Paintings and Lithographs of this artist and holocaust survivor. Forced to destroy his work at the Buchenwald concentration camp, he is driven to put his life experiences on canvas.
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