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At our Annual Gala Dinner on Monday, December 3, we will commemorate the 80th anniversary of the first Kindertransport. Honoring The Lord Finkelstein OBE and Mona Golabek, with award presentations by USC Shoah Foundation Executive Director Stephen D. Smith and Kindertransport survivor Dr. Ruth Westheimer.

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Teachers: Schedule a School Tour for the 2018-19 School Year

We are now accepting online reservations for school tours. Tours are led by docents and tailored to meet the educational needs of your students. All school tours include a talk by a Holocaust survivor. Admission to the Museum is free. Click below to schedule.

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B'nai Mitzvah: Acts of Memory

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust's B'nai Mitzvah: Acts of Memory project allows students preparing for Bar or Bat mitzvah to remember a child who perished in the Holocaust, learn about the Holocaust and Jewish life before the Holocaust, and connect with a Holocaust survivor in our community.

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VISIT OUR ONLINE BOOK STORE

Now available for online purchase are many of the best-selling books from our Museum book store, including Holocaust survivor memoirs. Featured book: new second edition of "How We Survived: 52 Personal Stories by Child Survivors of the Holocaust."

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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Childhood Left at the Station: A Tribute to the Children of the Kindertransport

This newly curated exhibit highlights 10 of the 10,000 children (kinder) who traveled alone on Kindertransports from Nazi-occupied territories to Great Britain and other countries, including Switzerland and Sweden, between December 1938 and September 1939. Most of the rescued children never saw their families again. The exhibit's artifacts and vivid personal narratives weave together a story of tragedy, heartbreak, resilience, bravery and kindness.

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MUSEUM NEWS

Child separation during World War II: How an exhibition at L.A.'s Museum of the Holocaust resonates today

AUG 30, 2018

By Carolina A. Miranda, Los Angeles Times Bea Green, right, prepares to leave Germany on the "Kindertransport" during World War II — an effort that rescued 10,000 Jewish children from Nazi territory. (Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust)   Karola Ruth Siegel was just 10 years old when her mother put her on a train from Frankfurt to Switzerland. It was winter, sometime in January...

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Museum Tour

OCT 20, 2018

Led by a docent, this tour offers an overview of the history of the Holocaust through close observation of Museum artifacts and documents. The tour lasts 90 minutes. Tours are free and open to the public...


Museum Tour

OCT 21, 2018

This docent-led tour of the Museum offers an overview of Holocaust history through close observation of Museum artifacts. The tour lasts 90 minutes. Tours are free and open to the public. No reservations...

Holocaust Survivor Talk: Albert Rosa

OCT 21, 2018

Albert Rosa is one of the fewer than 4% of Jews from Salonika, Greece who survived the Holocaust. Born in 1925, his family’s life changed dramatically in 1941 when Nazi Germany invaded Greece. Under...


Chamber Music Concert: Ensemble for These Times

NOV 17, 2018

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