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Ghettos and Deportations

This exhibition follows upon “Nazi Germany Oppresses Countries and Nations.” It explores the manner in which the Nazi regime oppressed the Jewish people in Europe, a process culminating in the “Final Solution.” The exhibit relates to the initial phases of the extermination process: the concentration of European Jews in ghettos and their deportations to extermination camps.

The exhibition is situated in a rectangular hall with an open ceiling, enclosed by an apse, thus reminiscent of the basilica structure typical of ancient synagogue interiors. The exhibition was inaugurated in 1970 and is the earliest currently on display at the Ghetto Fighters’ House.

Photo Gallery of the Exhibition         

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Jewish Warsaw – A Story of the Human Spirit
The "Yizkor" Hall
Home of Testimony
Concentration and Extermination Camps
Jewish Resistance during the Holocaust
The Warsaw Ghetto Fights Back
The Jews of Holland During the Holocaust
The Righteous Among the Nations
The Glass Booth: Adolf Eichmann Faces His Accusers
Nazi Germany Oppresses Countries and Nations