This exhibit highlights aspects of the life stories of 14 Holocaust survivors who discuss experiences which took them thousands of miles and redefined what safety and home meant for the rest of their lives. Their movement shed light on the geographical impact of the Holocaust, and its legacy. The voices of other witnesses are also evoked here – an American soldier who liberated Buchenwald and an American war crimes trial investigator. Their voices underscore the enduring legacy of the Holocaust not only in Europe, but around the world.


United States
53° 5' 33.3708" N, 101° 25' 32.8116" E
Journeys Through The Holocaust English