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The courage to remember : the Holocaust, 1933-1945 : posters, 1988 / Simon Wiesenthal Center.


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  • Description: 1.2 linear feet (40 posters)
  • Publisher: [Los Angeles] : Simon Wiesenthal Center, 1988.

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Contents Note: no. 1. The Holocaust 1933-1945. -- no. 2. Why the Jews? Patterns of persecution. -- no. 3. 1933: German Jewish life before the Nazis. -- no. 4. Jewish "question" Nazi policy, 1933-1939. -- no. 5 Nightmare begins: Hitler & the Nazis. -- no. 6. Nazi propaganda: Slogans, myths & images. -- no. 7. Nazi policy: Racism and terror. -- no. 8. Concentration camps: 1933-1938. -- no. 9. In flight: 1933-1938. -- no. 10. 1938: The Reich expands. -- no. 11. Kristallnacht. The night of broken glass. -- no. 12. Flight without escape: the Jewish homeless. -- no. 13. The deadly philosophy: Racial purity. -- no. 14. All necessary preparations: 1939-1941. -- no. 15. Eastern Europe: the arena for mass murder. -- no. 16. Isolate and destroy: the Jewish question in occupied territory. -- no. 17. Days of nightmare: the Lodz Ghetto. -- no. 18. The world turned upside down: the Warsaw Ghetto. -- no. 19. Blitzkrieg: the invasion & occupation of the West. -- no. 20. No escape: Greece and Yugoslavia Fall. --
no. 21. Whatever can be saved: daily life in the Ghettos. -- no. 22. The "final solution". 1941-1945. -- no. 23. Death by design: the invasion of the Soviet Union. -- no. 24. Einsatzgrupen: Noble Killing squads. -- no. 25. The final choice: resistance. -- no. 26. Resistance and revenge: The Warsaw Ghetto Revolt. -- no. 27 Mass murder: 1942-1945. -- no. 28. Theresienstadt: the "model" Ghetto. -- no. 29. Like dying candles: concentration camp routine. -- no. 30 The enduring spirit: art of the Holocaust. -- no. 31. Auschwitz-Birkenau: the death factory. -- no. 32. Auschwitz- Birkenau: half hell half lunactic asylum. -- no. 33. The lost agony at Auschwitz: Liberation Jan. 1945. -- no. 34. A righteous few: survival in hiding & rescue. -- no. 35. Liberation: the unmasked horror. -- no. 36 Bitterness and hope: the legend of the Holocaust. -- no. 37. Crimes against humanity: Nazis on trial. -- no. 38. Where now? Where to? The displaced. -- no. 39. Revival: building new lives. -- no. 40. Remembrance and vigilance.
Summary: This collection comprises 40 posters containing images and text concerning the persecution and extermination of European Jews by Nazi Germany during the period 1933 through 1945. The posters are based on a Simon Wiesenthal Center traveling exhibition, The Courage to Remember, which debuted in Vienna, Austria, at the Palais Palffy in 1988. Poster topics include four major themes: Nazi Germany, 1933-1938; Moving Toward the "Final Solution," 1939-1941; Annihilation in Nazi-occupied Europe, 1941-1945; and Liberation: Building New Lives.
Preferred Citation of Described Materials Note: Cite as: Simon Wiesenthal Center, The Courage to Remember: The Holocaust, 1933-1945 Posters. MS-M22. Special Collections and Archives, The UC Irvine Libraries, Irvine, California.
Online Archive of California. (Added Author).

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