Holocaust Museum

U.S. Holocaust Museum

A Visit to the Holocaust Museum As part of a course on applying what is known about mass atrocity prevention to the United States, I accompanied Doug Irvin-Erickson and some of his students to the U.S. Holocaust Museum on Friday. Because of the course, I focused on the top floor of the permanent exhibit which deals with the Nazis rise to power and what happened in the first years after Hitler took office. In past visits, I’d thought more about what happened later to the millions of victims (which undoubtedly included a goodly number of my relatives) and why the Allies had not done something sooner to stop the killings. This time, I had the key lessons [...]

U.S. Holocaust Museum2018-02-25T22:41:33+00:00