Bring Holocaust education to your classroom with this free traveling exhibit.
 

Having students grasp the full meaning of the Holocaust is the most difficult aspect to teaching this period of mankind’s darkest hour. That’s the purpose behind a moving display of museum-quality artifacts, reproductions and original photographs now available to your school through the Holocaust Resource Center of the Jewish Federation of the Lehigh Valley.
 

This one-of-a-kind exhibit is free to your school, library or organization and is designed to supplement your curriculum’s World War II studies. The exhibit features: 
 

  • A chronological history of the Holocaust
  • Authentic American and Nazi uniforms
  • Photographs of the Dachau concentration camp taken by the first GIs entering the camp
  • Vintage radio broadcasts
  • Reproductions of artwork and samples of poems providing a view of the Holocaust through the eyes of children
  • Newly expanded Kristallnacht presentation

 

Fully customizable accompanying programs are also available:

 

  • Teacher’s workshops
  • Moving speakers including Holocaust survivors and liberators


To learn more about bringing the Legacy Exhibit to you, contact curator Marylou Lordi at 908-512-0490 or mllordi@yahoo.com.