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Primary Sources: The Holocaust: Visual & Fine Arts
Primary resources related to the Holocaust during World War II 1939-1945
"A Jehovah's Witness survivor's introspection opens a window into the Nazi darkness. As prisoner #1795, Johannes Steyer shares 27 freeze-frame visions that contrast ten years of Nazi terror with individual religious determination and hope."
This collection of sculptures was donated to the Holocaust, Genocide and Contemporary Bioethics Program, an initiative of the University of Colorado’s Center for Bioethics and Humanities. It is on permanent display at the Strauss Health Sciences Library.
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