Since we opened 30 years ago, hundreds of thousands of people have come to this museum to bear witness to the testimonies of Holocaust survivors, and the many stories of courage, endurance and resilience they reveal.
This is not an exhibition about the events of the Holocaust – it’s about the people who experienced it – and the painful decision these individuals make each time they relive stories of unimaginable loss for the betterment of humanity.
Reverberations takes you on a journey through a high-definition gallery of recorded footage, where you’ll encounter Holocaust survivors’ thought-provoking answers to questions like:
Why do survivors choose to share their experiences?
Is it difficult to talk about what happened to them?
Can they forgive? Was there justice?
What is their responsibility to those who were murdered?
You can also immerse yourself in conversation with the interactive biographies of three Holocaust survivors: Olga Horak, Yvonne Engelman, and the late Eddie Jaku, which use cutting-edge artificial intelligence technology to respond directly to any question you ask them.
This will give you a glimpse into how people of the future will continue to engage with Holocaust survivor testimony, for when the time comes that there are sadly no more survivors left to tell their own stories.
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