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Lettre d’information | United States Holocaust Memorial Museum – Newsletter March 2018


Holocaust survivor Halina Peabody at a <em>First Person</em> program
Tune in to hear survivors tell their life stories to Museum visitors as part of theFirst Person: Conversations with Holocaust Survivors program. Select programs will be live streamed this spring, including two this month on March 14 and March 15 at 11 a.m. ET.
Museum founder Elie Wiesel
Join the Museum’s Conversation: #AskWhy
We are sparking a global conversation about the lessons of the Holocaust. Share the Museum’s stories and imagery with your friends to inspire others to think critically about this history.Get Started >>
Syrian refugees wait at a transit center in Jordan in 2014.
Seventh Anniversary of the Syrian Crisis
Through exhibitions and special events, the Museum is calling attention to the crimes against humanity and war crimes being committed against Syrian civilians. Find out about our work to give voice to victims and supporting efforts to pursue justice.Learn More about Syria >>
Austrian Marianne Winter (left) and American Jane Bomberger were pen pals when Winter asked Bomberger to help her family immigrate to the United States.
A young boy sits among the ruins of his home in Warsaw after it was destroyed during a German air raid.
A sticker that refers to a vote of "ratification" that the Nazis conducted a month after Austria's annexation.
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