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Our online exhibit is an audio/video exhibit of artwork depicting the tragic fate of European Jewry during 1939-1945.  Watch eye-witness testimonies provided by USC Shoah Foundation and US Holocaust Memorial Museum.  A unique educational opportunity for students and teachers.


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Preview the Exhibit

A Holocaust Memorial Exhibit

This exhibit includes paintings by Larry Lagin, a retired scientist, artist, and Director of East Bay Holocaust Education Center.

Many of paintings are based on photographs from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.

Introductory video from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.

Holocaust eyewitness video clips from IWitness from USC’s Shoah Foundation Institute in Los Angeles.