4 March 2015
One of the unique parts of our exhibition details the destruction of Serniki’s Jewish community. This event serves as a case study of open-air shootings. It also confronts us with the importance of war-crimes trials. How can guides utilise this part of the Museum to teach students about the relevance of the Holocaust? How do the artefacts on display illustrate the way that historians and archaeologists piece together the history of the Holocaust?
The Museum’s Wednesday Lecture series provides a valuable opportunity for our volunteer guides to expand their skills and knowledge.
Over a seven week period, the Museum’s education team will present a number of in-depth talks about the Holocaust and the educational framework applied to it.
Interested members of the public are welcome to attend.