From Lodz Ghetto Judenrat (Jewish Council) to Prague regarding Kamila Lavecky.ABOUT THE ARCHIVE
They Shall Be Counted
Order your own copy of They Shall Be Counted on Amazon today! The book features the Theresienstadt Ghetto Art Of Erich Lichtblau-Leskly, which are featured in our Temporary Exhibit area in the Museum.CLICK HERE TO ORDER!
Survivor Portraits From The Jewish Journal
Opens Sunday, January 26th at 2pm
This exhibit showcases 29 selected works from the Jewish Journal profile series, “Survivor.” These studies of Los Angeles Holocaust survivors provide a window into the extraordinary lives of our neighbors.
Liberators But Not Equals: African-American Soldiers and the End of the Holocaust
In honor of Black History Month, we invite you to view our exhibit, "Liberators But Not Equals: African-American Soldiers and the End of the Holocaust." Visitors can explore the contradiction created when black troops, who were mandated to serve in segregated units, liberated certain concentration camps and the end of World War II. This exhibit includes archival photographs and liberator testimony from the USC Shoah Foundation. It will be displayed through the month of February.