Arizona Memory Project
Various items related to the history of Nazi Germany and the Holocaust were given over the years to the Martin-Springer Institute at Northern Arizona University, in most cases anonymously. The collection sheds light on select aspects of life in Germany before, during, and after the Nazi dictatorship. It includes everyday items like currency and chinaware, items that speak to the life under the conditions of World War II, and objects related to Nazi propaganda and the genocide against European Jews (like the official stamp of the camp commander of the concentration camp of Gross-Rosen).
The Arizona Memory Project is a service of the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State. It’s purpose is to make Arizona cultural institutions’ digital holdings available online.
NAU Students Create Traveling Holocaust Exhibit
The Holocaust exhibit
features seven young people from Bedzin, Poland. Two of them are Arizona residents of Flagstaff and Tucson.
NAU Holocaust Exhibit Focuses on Survivors of Będzin Ghetto
Holocaust Exhibit Opens on Campus
The website accompanying the Exhibit on the Bedzin Ghetto went live: