The theme of the permanent exhibition is the Holocaust in Hungary. Its aim is to present and describe the persecution, suffering and murdering of Hungarian citizens, Jews and Roma, doomed to be exterminated on the basis of a racist ideology. The leading idea of the exhibition is to shed light on the relation between the state and the citizen.
Candles Holocaust Museum and Education Center
CANDLES is an acronym for Children of Auschwitz Nazi Deadly Lab Experiments Survivors. The CANDLES organization was founded in 1984 by Eva Mozes Kor with help from her twin sister, Miriam Mozes Zieger, to launch an effort to locate other surviving Mengele twins. As a result of their efforts, Eva and Miriam were able to locate 122 individual Mengele twins living in ten countries and four continents. The search for more twins continues to this day. In 1995, Eva opened the CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Terre Haute. In 2003, the museum was firebombed by an arsonist and burned to the ground. With support from the community and organizations, a new museum building opened in 2005 and remains an important part of the community today.
The Chamber of the Holocaust Museum is located on Mt. Zion in Jerusalem. The Chamber of the Holocaust predates Yad Vashem as Israel’s museum dedicated to Holocaust remembrance. This interactive website offers galleries, movies, and other Holocaust-related images and information.
Founded in 1984, the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance is dedicated to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred and indifference. The Museum has been recognized for its compelling and creative programming, internationally recognized exhibits, and world-class speakers.
The El Paso Holocaust Museum works to educate the public and combat prejudice through Holocaust education. This website contains information about the museum and news and events related to Holocaust issues in the El Paso area.
This museum website contains information about museum location, hours, and exhibits, as well as virtual exhibits, a virtual press room, a store, and “sneak peeks” at current museum exhibits.
The Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus has been teaching about the Holocaust and its legacy for more than 25 years, and its building, exhibits and programs have been receiving international accolades and heartfelt thanks from our millions of visitors. The visitor will have experienced a brief exposure to the most researched era in human history - revealing a flourishing culture and its brutal suppression, a chronicle of admirable and heroic rescuers and abject executioners. Through our exhibits the past casts its light and shadows into the present.
This website contains information about the Holocaust Museum Houston’s exhibits, bookstore, and archives, as well as a program calendar. It also contains a list of links to human rights organizations and holocaust resources.
Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (LAMOTH) has a two-fold mission that has remained constant since its inception in 1961: commemoration and education. LAMOTH dedicates itself as a primary source institution, one that commemorates those who perished and honors those who survived by housing the precious artifacts that miraculously weathered the Holocaust. LAMOTH provides free Holocaust education to the public, particularly students from underfunded schools and underserved communities. We are committed to providing opportunities for dialogue with Holocaust Survivors, who are the living embodiment of history
The Midwest Center for Holocaust Education (MCHE) seeks to educate the public about the Holocaust and to prevent future genocide. MCHE offers community exhibits, lectures and programs, as well as a library and resource center for Holocaust education purposes. There is also access to a speakers’ bureau and information on the White Rose Student Essay Contest on the site, as well as links to Holocaust resources and a special link for educators.
Safe Haven Holocaust Refugee Shelter Museum is dedicated to keeping alive the stories of the 982 refugees from World War II who were allowed into the United States as "guests" of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. These refugees were housed at Fort Ontario in Oswego, New York, from August 1944 until February 1946.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center was established in 1977 to serve as an international Jewish human rights center dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust through education and social action. The Simon Wiesenthal Center’s website features digital Holocaust resource archives, information on contemporary human rights issues, and links to the New York Tolerance Center, the Center for Human Dignity in Jerusalem, and other social justice organizations.
The St. Louis Holocaust Museum’s website offers information about the museum’s exhibits and provides links to other Holocaust information websites. The site also provides information about Holocaust related events and activities in the St. Louis area.
The Ann Frank Center USA, located in New York City, offers educational programs, exhibitions, workshops and traveling exhibits. The website offers information about The Ann Frank Center’s workshops and exhibits, as well as links to Ann Frank websites, awards granted by the Ann Frank Center, and news and updates related to the Holocaust.
The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is a museum dedicated to the memory of Anne Frank and the Holocaust. The museum’s website has an interactive overview of Anne Frank’s life and the time spent living in the house with many photographs and quotations, and the website also features a guestbook and the opportunity to shop for Anne Frank books, CDs, and postcards online.
This is the website for The Ghetto Fighters’ Museum and the adjoining Yad LaYeled Museum between Akko and Nahariya. The museum, founded in 1949 by Holocaust survivors, houses information about Jews in the 20th century and educates the public about Jewish resistance movements including the organized uprisings of Jews in ghettos and camps, and Jews who fought in partisan units and the armies of the Allied forces. The website offers museum information as well as information about the museum’s archives and educational programs.
The Holocaust Memorial Center, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, offers synopses for Holocaust survivor interviews, a menu of library and archive materials, and an “About the Holocaust” link containing introductory information about the Holocaust and exhibits at the Memorial Center
This Belgian museum is located at the starting point of a Holocaust-era deportation route where the Reich’s security detachment set up its assembly camp at the Dossin barracks in Mechelen. This museum is dedicated to Holocaust remembrance and the commemoration of the deportation of Belgian Jews to concentration camps.
This Sydney Jewish Museum specializes in the Holocaust and Australian Jewish history. The website offers information about the museum and its exhibits, as well as educational programs related to the museum.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum offers information about the exhibits in its Washington, D.C. museum as well as exhibits across the United States. The website also contains research tools including a Holocaust Encyclopedia, personal histories of those involved in the Holocaust, and online museum exhibitions.
The Virginia Holocaust Museum offers information about the museum’s exhibits as well as an “Ask A Survivor” feature that allows site visitors to ask questions answered by Holocaust survivors, teaching resources, and a research library catalog. The site also contains a shop featuring Holocaust related art and literature.
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, was established in 1953 to document the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust period. Located on Har Hazikaron, the Mount of Remembrance, in Jerusalem, Yad Vashem is one of the most expansive and in-depth Holocaust museums in the world. This website links to Yad Vashem materials, including databases and research archives.
The Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre is a teaching museum that delivers Holocaust based anti-racism programming through its exhibits, school programs, teacher conferences, student symposia, outreach speakers program, teaching materials and public programs.
The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum houses the International Centre for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust which involves cooperation with young people and teachers from Poland and abroad, as well as with Polish and foreign research institutes. ICEAH organizes post-graduate studies, seminars, special topic conferences, study tours and travel, workshops and symposia for teachers and young people from Poland and abroad. Lectures and classes are given by museum research staff and tutors at higher institutes of education.
This camp served as a model for all later concentration camps and as a "school of violence" for the SS men under whose command it stood. The website links to libraries, archives, scholarly works, books, videos and has contact information for further research.
The Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre collects, preserves and archives the oral histories of Montreal survivors. It offers a Holocaust Education Series, Speaker’s Bureau and a collection of artifacts.