A display of books, films and visuals, to learn more about the Auschwitz Concentration Camp and the Holocaust in general.
Entrance to Auschwitz
Arbeit macht frei = Work makes you free.
On January 27, 1945 all prisoners left behind at Auschwitz were liberated by the 1st Ukrainian Front of the Red Army.
Approximately 6 million Jews perished in the Holocaust
A children’s book about the Holocaust
Excerpt from Benno and the Night of Broken Glass
Anne Frank the diary of a young girlAuschwitz not long ago Not far away
Benno and the night of broken glass
I never saw another butterfly :Children’s drawings and poems from Terezin Concentration Camp
Maus I :A survivor’s tale
Maus II A Survivor’s Tale And here my troubles began
Mein Kampf by Hitler
Anne Frank remembered
Bag of marbles
The Boy in the striped pajamas
Europa Europa by Agnieszka Holland
Night and fog by Alain Resnais
Shtetl by Marian Marzynski
Shoah by Claude Lanzmann
Triumph of the will by Leni Riefenstal
a yellow Star of David Jews were required to wear during the Holocaust
Seen at the Auschwitz Not So Long Ago Not So Far Away Exhibit in New York City 2/20
This Library display will run throughout the month of February.