‘Last Letters’ Exhibit Offers Bittersweet Memories of Holocaust

A new online exhibit, “Last Letters from the Holocaust: 1942,” is available today, April 24, to honor Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day. These ‘last letters’ show the final farewell postcards that Jews mailed to their loved ones right before they were sent away to their deaths during the Holocaust.

View the full exhibit here.

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