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Remember

Soon after the Holocaust ended, survivors began writing about their experiences. The Melbourne Holocaust Museum was created by Melbourne Holocaust survivors in 1984 with a mission to educate the public in order ‘to combat antisemitism, racism and prejudice in the community and foster understanding between people.’

The opening of the Melbourne Holocaust Museum in March 1984. One of the MHM founders, Bono Wiener, addresses the crowd.

Source: MHM

Melbourne Holocaust Museum brochure Melbourne, Australia, 1984  Brochure produced upon the establishment of the Melbourne Holocaust Museum, calling for support from the community.

Item from the display

Melbourne Holocaust Museum brochure
Melbourne, Australia, 1984

Brochure produced upon the establishment of the Melbourne Holocaust Museum, calling for support from the community.

Source: MHM

Source: MHM
Opening of the Melbourne Holocaust Museum in March 1984. One of the MHM founders, Bono Wiener, addresses the crowd.

Soon after the Holocaust ended, survivors began writing about their experiences. The Melbourne Holocaust Museum was created by Melbourne Holocaust survivors in 1984 with a mission to educate the public in order ‘to combat antisemitism, racism and prejudice in the community and foster understanding between people.’

 

Melbourne Holocaust Museum brochure Melbourne, Australia, 1984 Brochure produced upon the establishment of the Melbourne Holocaust Museum, calling for support from the community.

Item from the display

Melbourne Holocaust Museum brochure
Melbourne, Australia, 1984

Brochure produced upon the establishment of the Melbourne Holocaust Museum, calling for support from the community.

Source: MHM