THE MUSEUM OF FAMILY HISTORY presents
its photographic collection of

World Holocaust Memorials
 

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Israel


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Also visit "Memorials to Vanished Communities in Israel," sponsored by the Israel Genealogical Society.
 


Poland    
SARNAKI  
ZDUNSKA WOLA












 

Ukraine    
MEDZHIBOZH

"Memorial Monument to the Holy Ones of Medzhibozh, Ukraine, killed in the European Jewish Holocaust. They fell on Yom Kippur 5703, 20.9.1942."
 



The memorial is located
in Kfar-Vitzkin.

Other Memorials    
JERUSALEM

HAR HAZEITIM
(Mount of Olives Cemetery)

"Memorial for Shoah Victims"
Whos (sic) Burial Sites are Unknown

Created by the Burial Society
"Kehilat Yerushalaim,' 1987?



JERUSALEM

B'NAI B'RITH
MARTYR'S FOREST
(
יער הקדושים‎/
(Ya'ar HaKdoshim)
The forest is located on the outskirts of Jerusalem, on the western edge of Eshtaol Forest near Beit Meir. It was planted as a memorial to those who died in the Holocaust and will eventually contain six million trees, symbolizing the six million Jews who perished at the hands of the Nazis during World War II.
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KFAR SABA|

Kfar Saba is a city located in the Sharon Valley of Israel.

NETANYA:
MEMORIAL TO LOST COMMUNITIES

Located at the entrance to the New Cemetery in Netanya.

Among the memorials on display at this site, are those associated with the towns of Kalisz, Poland; Dragovo, Ukraine, and Turka (Galicia Poland.)
 

 


 
PETACH TIKVAH:
TO THE SIX MILLION

"This monument is in the memory of the Six Million who gave their souls to Kiddush Hashem."
 

Please send photographs of memorials not included here to memorials@museumoffamilyhistory.com .

* - Text adapted from Wikipedia.

 

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