Exhibitions and events abroad

The Shoah Memorial extends its work and activities to prevent racism, anti-Semitism and genocide beyond its walls. Its exhibitions cross borders and the training teams set up programs internationally.

Genocides of the 20th Century

tuesday 24 january 2017thurday 27 april 2017

The genocide is a specific breach of international criminal law and a very individualized concept. The specificity of this violation and the precision of this concept are underlined by the comparative approach of three mass murders perpetrated during the 20th Century, which have been proven beyond any reasonable doubt to be genocides.

Filming the Camps, from Hollywood to Nuremberg: John Ford, Samuel Fuller, George Stevens

Exhibition in Dallas, Texas

thurday 16 february 2017thurday 03 august 2017

Hollywood directors John Ford, George Stevens, and Samuel Fuller entertained audiences with American cinema classics like The Grapes of Wrath, Shane, and The Big Red One. But their most important contribution to history was their work in the U.S. Armed Forces and Secret Services, filming the realities of war and the liberation of Nazi concentration camps.

Hélène Berr, a Stolen Life

Exhibition in Reno, Nevada

wednesday 01 march 2017sunday 30 april 2017

This exhibition is based on the journal written by Hélène Berr, a young Jewish French woman, whose promising future was brutally cut short by Vichy Government’s laws and the extermination plan imagined by the Nazis. Studying English Literature at Sorbonne University, Helene Berr was 21 years old when she began her journal.