A Way to Connect with Holocaust History|LA Weekly calls the Tree of Testimony a particularly meaningful way to deeply consider the Holocaust, listening to an actual person tell his or her entire story in fits and starts, full of digressions and personal tragedies, brings you much closer than any shocking exhibit ever could.
|http://www.lamoth.org/support-the-museum/tree-of-testimony-usc-shoah-fo/ Tree of Testimony: USC Shoah Foundation Institute Interview Wall at Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust|The museum is proud to introduce the Tree of Testimony as a permanent exhibit in Room 9. The 70-screen installation shows the complete archive of testimonies from the USC Shoah Foundation. |http://www.lamoth.org/support-the-museum/tree-of-testimony-usc-shoah-fo/ A Place for Every Voice|The screens will cycle through all 51,000 testimonies each year. |http://www.lamoth.org/support-the-museum/tree-of-testimony-usc-shoah-fo/ The Story of a People, Our People |Testimonies are provided in dozens of languages and provide a comprehensive view of life during the Holocaust. Whatever your interest, the Tree of Testimony has a video for you. |http://www.lamoth.org/support-the-museum/tree-of-testimony-usc-shoah-fo/ A Way to Connect with Holocaust History|LA Weekly calls the Tree of Testimony a particularly meaningful way to deeply consider the Holocaust, listening to an actual person tell his or her entire story in fits and starts, full of digressions and personal tragedies, brings you much closer than any shocking exhibit ever could.
|http://www.lamoth.org/support-the-museum/tree-of-testimony-usc-shoah-fo/ Tree of Testimony: USC Shoah Foundation Institute Interview Wall at Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust|The museum is proud to introduce the Tree of Testimony as a permanent exhibit in Room 9. The 70-screen installation shows the complete archive of testimonies from the USC Shoah Foundation. |http://www.lamoth.org/support-the-museum/tree-of-testimony-usc-shoah-fo/ A Place for Every Voice|The screens will cycle through all 51,000 testimonies each year. |http://www.lamoth.org/support-the-museum/tree-of-testimony-usc-shoah-fo/

Exhibitions

Tree of Testimony

2014 Young Pianist Showcase



Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is proud to introduce its inaugural Young Pianist Showcase with the City-wide Read of the acclaimed book The Children of Willesden Lane by Mona Golabek and Lee Cohen.

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Honor a Holocaust Survivor - Did you know?

If someone you know was interviewed by USC Shoah Foundation Institute, they will be telling their story on Tree of Testimony, the Museum's latest permanent exhibit. Now is your chance to honor your loved ones by naming a branch, leaf or trunk on the Tree of Testimony.

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COLLECTION HIGHLIGHT

Greetings from Marienbad. Dated 1913.

Greetings from Marienbad. Dated 1913.

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Survivor: Miriam Bell

AUG 28, 2014

By: Jane Ulman, Jewish Journal As the candles glowed, Miriam Bell (née Galperin), her parents and six siblings were singing and welcoming the Sabbath into their comfortable home in Kovno (Kaunas), Lithuania. Then gunshots were fired, and screaming erupted. The family ran outside to see Nazi soldiers, who had launched an invasion of the Soviet Union five days earlier, on June 22, 1941, attacking...

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Museum Tour

DEC 21, 2014

This tour offers an overview of the history of the Holocaust through close observation of Museum artifacts and documents. Museum Tours last 45 minutes to an hour.


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