Sites of Confinement, Persecution, and Genocide
KZ Sachsenhausen was built in 1936 just northwest of Berlin. Due to its location in proximity to the capital of the Reich, the camp had a unique population of prisoners.
This exhibit explores Buchenwald's general history, with a dive into the differences between men and women in its subcamps as well as its post-holocaust history.
This exhibit analyzes the formation and evolution of the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp, its function and command structure as well as how such factors affected the post-war sentencing of those involved.
This exhibit explores the history of the Kovno Ghetto. Specifically, it analyzes the relationships between Jews and Christians in the Kovno Ghetto in light of broader historical and theological trends.
This exhibit takes a look into the Hinzert concentration camp and the aspects around what makes it such a particular entity, along with a recount of the perils that came with everyday life.
This exhibit will attempt to discover the role that the Warsaw Ghetto played in the Nazi control of Poland, and the further extension of Nazi power through Europe in addition to the displacement of Jews to ghettos after 1939.
An analysis of the varying function of the 'Majdanek' concentration camp within the wider context of the Holocaust, and how this affected the lives of those imprisoned.