Across the world there are many ways to share information, whether it is spreading it by word of mouth or through certain projects. Another great way that information pertaining to the Holocaust is distributed and remembered is through different types of art, whether it is a book, movie, photography, or paintings. Books, both fiction and non-fiction, are works of art that capture the feelings and memories of the author. Works of literature that pertain to the Holocaust are exceptional in describing the impact that the event had to the author or characters in the book. The numerous amount of books that haven has been written about the Holocaust vary tremendously. These books allow for survivors and victim’s stories to be heard and to be remembered. Each book is a different story with a different perspective and a different purpose of the Holocaust; no two books are necessarily going to be the same. For example, The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank reveals to readers the thoughts and feelings of a young Jewish girl who went into hiding with her fa...
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...mbering those who were affected during this time.
Similarly with the many museums that are across the world there are just as many memorials. These memorials have been created and are visited consistently to give respect to the victims and survivors of the Holocaust. Many famous memorials include the Babi Yar Memorial in Ukraine and Yad Vashem in Israel. The memorial at Babi Yar is in remembrance of the largest mass-shooting massacre of the holocaust.
• Shlapentokh, Dmitry. "Babi Yar." Modern Age 55.1-2 (2013): 121+. Literature Resource Center. Web. 26 Mar. 2014.
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• Hartman, Geoffrey H. Holocaust Remembrance: The Shapes of Memory. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, 1994. Print.
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