Americans and the Holocaust Traveling Exhibition
USC Shoah Foundation
USC Shoah Foundation's Institute for Visual Literacy and Education currently has more than 55,000 video testimonies, each one a unique source of insight and knowledge that oﬀers powerful stories from history that demand to be explored and shared. The testimonies are preserved in the Visual History Archive, one of the largest digital collections of its kind in the world.
Auschwitz Untold: Survivors Speak
Thirteen holocaust survivors share stories of heartbreak, horror and hope from their harrowing experiences in the largest German Nazi concentration camp and extermination center, Auschwitz. Watch their interviews from the special "Auschwitz Untold."
Behind Every Name: Animated Personal Stories from the Holocaust
Each of the videos in this series tells a story that stands as testimony and lasts beyond a single lifetime. Each story is based on authentic letters and diaries that document firsthand accounts of the Holocaust, so that their truths shall never be forgotten. Behind every name is a story.
Remembering Kristallnacht: A Survivor’s Story
Manny Klepper, a Lafayette resident and Holocaust survivor, visited the Americans and the Holocaust exhibit at Dupré Library and shared his personal account of Kristallnacht—the attack on German Jews that signaled the start of the Holocaust on Nov 9, 1938.
Holocaust survivor Irene Levin is the grandmother of Zack Stein, Head of Special Collections at Edith Garland Dupré Library.