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House of Terror Museum Visit in Budapest, Hungary – stunning photos and videos.

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CampsAuschwitz, 1979-81Birkenau, 1996

Mauthausen, 1996.

  • Alan Jacob’s Photos of Auschwitz Photographs taken in Auschwitz and Birkenau in the years 1979 – 1981. An important collection of excellent photos.
  • Birkenau and Mauthausen, 1996  The second in a series of concentration camp photography by Alan Jacobs. Online presentation by Krysia Jacobs includes interactive map.
    Jan Komski artPaintings by Survivor Jan Komski
    .His personal history is full of remarkable events, including being part of the very first prisoner transport to arrive in Auschwitz, and being part of one of the most famous escapes from the camp.

    Tamara Deuel artPaintings by Survivor Tamara Deuel.

    Israeli artist Deuel is a survivor. She writes: “I have been able to transfer the horror of the Holocaust in my art. Every individual who survived that other world, has a duty to leave documentation behind so that future generations will remember and will not forget.”

  • David Aronson’s Holocaust Art Series. Five powerful graphic images start the collection.
  • Photographer Myatt Lipscomb shares two images from his gallery, “After the Holocaust” and “Tamara, a Survivor”.
  • Virtual Tour of Auschwitz  Stuart Nichols presents a mixture of essays and pictures of his visit to Auschwitz.
  • Haunting Memory, a Triptych of Holocaust Photos  Roger Beecroft calls this “mining the media for imagery”; view the pictures and his descriptions.
  • “Lest We Forget”  This important CD-ROM, “Lest We Forget”, shares video clips and pictures, as well as a view of its interface for teachers.
  • Carpati: A Film  Carpati: 50 Miles, 50 Years focuses on Zev Godinger, a “proste” (ordinary) Jew who has a special friendship with his Rom (Gypsy) neighbors. In 1931 the Jewish community of the Carpathian region (then in Czechoslovakia, today Ukraine) numbered a quarter of a million Jews. Today sixty-five years later there are fewer than 1,500. Audio clips, pictures, and much more.
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