Prejudice and Memory: A Holocaust Exhibit

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"Prejudice and Memory: a Holocaust Exhibit" is a compilation of the memories, artifacts and photographs of Holocaust survivors, liberators (American soldiers who freed concentration camp victims at the end of the war), and rescuers (non-Jews who helped save Jews at great risk to themselves and their families) who live in the Dayton, Ohio, area. Currently on permanent display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force in Dayton, Ohio, this is one of the few such exhibits in the U.S. compiled to demonstrate one community's connection with this terrible event and to affirm the belief that learning about the Holocaust is the first step toward preventing its recurrence. To learn more about the exhibit, click on this link: Prejudice and Memory: A Holocaust Exhibit

To arrange group tours of the exhibit, contact the National Museum of the United States Air Force at (937) 255-8048, ext. 462.

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