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The Pogrom of November 9th and 10th, 1938

The Pogrom of November 9th and 10th, 1938

By: Dan Reich, Curator & Director of Education On the night of November 9, 1938, violent anti-Jewish demonstrations broke out across Germany, Austria, and the Sudetenland region of Czechoslovakia. Nazi officials justified the riots as a "spontaneous" reaction to...

“Woman in Gold” Film Discussion with Dr. Caroline Kita

“Woman in Gold” Film Discussion with Dr. Caroline Kita

We're excited to announce the next film in the Sandy and Mendel Rosenberg Film Series! We hope you can join us on October 25th for a virtual discussion on the film Woman in Gold, presented b Dr. Caroline Kita. Sandy and Mendel Rosenberg Film Series Sunday, October 25,...

On This Day in History: October 5

On This Day in History: October 5

On October 5, 1938, the Reich Ministry of the Interior invalidated all German passports held by Jews. The move was taken in response to a request not from inside Germany, but from Switzerland. Like many other industrialized nations, Switzerland was experiencing an influx of asylum requests from German Jews. On October 5, German Jews were forced to surrender their old passports. The German government then mandated that all Jewish passports in Germany be stamped with a red “J.” The action further isolated German Jews and perpetuated their oppression.

Postponing events due to COVID-19

The Holocaust Museum & Learning Center will be closed at least through March 31 in order to best protect the community, our volunteers, and our staff. We will be postponing previously announced events, including The Argentina Journal exhibit, the Jeremy Schonfeld...

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