Upcoming Exhibits

Our current exhibit is Beyond Swastika and Jim CrowMore information >

January 5 - May 4, 2014

Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals chronicles the Nazi campaign against homosexuality targeted the more than one million German men who, the state asserted, carried a "degeneracy" that threatened the "disciplined masculinity" of Germany. Denounced as "antisocial parasites" and as "enemies of the state," more than 100,000 men were arrested under a broadly interpreted law against homosexuality. Approximately 50,000 men served prison terms as convicted homosexuals, while an unknown number were institutionalized in mental hospitals. Others—perhaps hundreds—were castrated under court order or coercion. Analyses of fragmentary records suggest that between 5,000 and 15,000 homosexual men were imprisoned in concentration camps, where many died from starvation, disease, exhaustion, beatings, and murder.  Read More >

February 9 - May 11, 2014

Besa: A Code of Honor tells about the Muslim Albanian Righteous Among the Nations, the people who not only went out of their way to provide assistance to Jews, but even competed with each other for the privilege, making Albania the only European country where there were more Jews by the end of the war than beforehand.  Read more >