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Holocaust Memorial Museum

A number of organizations, museums and monuments are intended to serve as memorials to the Holocaust and its millions of victims. They include:



  • The Jewish Museum Holocaust and Research Centre[2] (Melbourne, Victoria)
  • Sydney Jewish Museum (Sydney, New South Wales)



  • The Pit, a memorial in Minsk
  • Holocaust victims memorial in Kobrin


  • Kazerne Dossin: Memorial, Museum and Documentation Centre on Holocaust and Human Rights[4] (Mechelen, Belgium)





  • The Jasenovac Memorial Area (Jasenovac, Croatia)






  • Holocaust Memorial Center[57]
  • Shoes on the Danube Promenade-The memorial is of metal shoes on the edge of the Danube. The Jews were ordered to take off their shoes, and were shot at the edge of the water so that their bodies fell into the river and were carried away. It represents their shoes left behind on the bank. The Fascist Arrow Cross miltiamen carried out the shootings. (Budapest)


The kibbutz also has a museum devoted to Mordechai Anielewicz who died fighting the Nazis while being the commander of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.





  • The Anne Frank House (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • The Hollandsche Schouwburg (he) (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • The Joods Historisch Museum (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • The Homomonument (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
  • The Westerbork camp and informationcentre (Westerbork, Netherlands)


South Africa

  • The Durban Holocaust Centre[59] (Durban, South Africa)
  • The Johannesburg Holocaust And Genocide Centre[60] (Johannesburg, South Africa)


  • The Stockholm Holocaust Monument (Stockholm, Sweden)

United Kingdom

United States


See also


External links

  • (Museums and Memorial Places)
  • Yahoo directory page
  • Austrian Holocaust Memorial Service
  • Budapest Holocaust Memorial Center
  • Holocaust Memorial Budapest, testimony from the family Jakobovics in 1947
  • Witness: "Karoly Szabo played a determining role among Wallenberg’s supporters"
  • The Holocaust Monument in Stockholm
  • Holocaust Memorial in Miami Beach, Florida
  • Holocaust Memorial Brooklyn, New York
  • Yizkor Books Online at the New York Public Library
  • Remembering the Holocaust 24 Hour Museum
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