Holocaust Remembered is an unique Holocaust Exhibit that tells the personal stories of SC Survivors and Liberators. This exhibit was created to honor the memories of the survivors and victims of the Holocaust. The lesson in teaching the Holocaust is to remember.
Thousands of school age children have viewed the Holocaust Remembered Exhibit as well as given the opportunity to hear personal testimonies from survivors. Holocaust Remembered Teacher Manuals are available for use in the classroom as a resource to teaching the Holocaust. The Teacher Manuals are available on the website.
The “Holocaust Remembered” portable exhibit which can be viewed on site, on line or by power point can also be shown in your schools, churches, and/or clubs.
The permanent exhibit is now available for loan as a portable light weight option. This portable exhibit consists of 12 two sided stands with 2 panels per stand. Please review the loan form linked below. All forms must be completely filled.
Portable Exhibit Schedule
If interested in bringing the exhibit to your church or organization, please contact Barry Abels at email@example.com
To book a School Tour, please contact: Cheryl Nail at 787-2023 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Private Tours are encouraged and are available for school and all other interested parties. Contact: The Katie and Irwin Kahn Jewish Community Center 803 787-2023
This exhibit has been made possible through the partnership of the Columbia Holocaust Education Commission, The SC State Museum, The Columbia Jewish Federation, and The Katie and Irwin Kahn Jewish Community Center.
Holocaust Remembered Exhibit at the South Carolina State Capital Lobby
Holocaust Remembered Exhibit at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center with Students
Moffatt Burriss, Holocaust Liberator, receiving a Legislative Proclamation at the State House Lobby
Exhibit Panels (PDF Version)
Click on the links below to download the panels.
- Panel 1: Holocaust Remembered
- Panel 2: Timeline of Nazi Holocaust (1933-1941)
- Panel 3: Timeline of Nazi Holocaust (1942-1946)
- Panel 4: Victorious allies Liberate Camps (1945)
- Panel 5: What the Liberators Saw & Remembered
- Panel 6: Strike and Hold, Story of Liberator Burriss
- Panel 7: Liberator Burriss: Jumping into War
- Panel 8: Liberator Burriss: Path to Liberation
- Panel 9: Eyewitness to Evil – The Reverend George Chassey
- Panel 10: Eyewitness to Evil – Chassey Confronting the Horror
- Panel 11: Survivors, Overcoming a brutal existence
- Panel 12: SC Survivors
- Panel 13: Columbia Survivors, rebuilding their lives
- Panel 14: One Survivor’s Journey & Legacy – up to liberation
- Panel 15: One Survivor’s Journey & Legacy – after liberation
- Panel 16: Surviving with False Identities – The ingenuity of a Mother
- Panel 17: Surviving Liberation
- Panel 18: A Tale of Two Sisters
- Panel 19: A Tale of Two Sisters – Staying Together
- Panel 20: Enduring, then Surviving WWII
- Panel 21: Uncle Sam Wants You
- Panel 22: “We Won’t Survive Anyway”
- Panel 23: Survived, We Did
- Panel 24: Survivors: The Second Generation
- Panel 25: Lessons of the Holocaust
- Panel 26: South Carolina Survivors & Liberators
- Panel 27: Acknowledgments ( Picture of Holocaust Memorial)
- Panel 28: Holocaust Remembered Candle & Metro edition paper
Exhibit Panels (PPT Version)
Click on the links below to download the presentations.