1 -Filming the Camps: John Ford, George Stevens and Samuel Fuller, from Hollywood to Nuremberg
In 1945, the world discovered the films the Allies made in the concentration and extermination camps. We may have their images, but we know little, if anything, about the people who made them and even less about the conditions in which they were produced. We have decided to follow the paths of three Hollywood directors: John Ford, Samuel Fuller and George Stevens.
Exhibition website: Filming the camps
2 – The Mass Shootings of Jews in Ukraine (1941-1944): the Holocaust by Bullets
June 20, 2007 – January 6, 2008
From June 20, 2007 to January 6, 2008, the Shoah Memorial hosted an exhibition about the mass shootings of Jews in Ukraine. The website, in English, presents the exhibition’s contents, including several documents in slide form. Three videos of eyewitness accounts are also available online.
Exhibition website: The Mass Shootings of Jews in Ukraine 1941-1944
3 – The Secret Archives of the Warsaw Ghetto
December 15, 2006 – April 29, 2007
In 1999, UNESCO’s International Advisory Committee recognized the world significance of the Emmanuel Ringelblum Archives and recommended them for inclusion in the Memory of the World International Register. This exhibition was conceived by the Shoah Memorial, in partnership with the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw (Zydowski Instytut Historyczny) and The International Contemporary Documentation Library – the Museum of Contemporary History (BDIC in French).
Exhibition website: The Secret Archives of the Warsaw Ghetto