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The Museum offers tours to students and adults of all ages. Our staff is able to tailor each tour to meet specific needs in an age-appropriate manner. All Museum tours are FREE. January 1933 Nazi Party, lead by Adolf Hitler, rises to power. On January 30, 1933, in the effort of the Nazi success in parliamentary elections, President Paul von Hindenburg appointed Hitler Chancellor. March 1933 Nazis established the first major concentration camp for political opponents. After the Novemberpogrom (Kristallnacht), 10, 000 Jewish men were incarcerated in this camp in "protective custody." September 1935 Nuremberg Laws, or Law for the Protection of German Blood and Honor. Restrictive anti-Jewish legislation passed on 15 September, 1935, defining who was a Jew. These laws denied citizenship to Jews and forbade intermarriage. The Laws were expanded to Nazi-occupied countries and territories and their implementation was a matter of life and death to individuals.
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Amazing holocaust Museum!

This museum is filled with wonderful tools to learn more in depth stuff about the holocaust. Not only are there pictures and artifacts, but there are stories from holocaust survivors. I was fortunate enough to hear an amazing woman by the name of Mary speak and tell her story. It was very touching. The story opened my eyes and gave me more insight into what real holocaust survivors had to go through. The museum has f... view more

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A Museum Every Person Should Visit

As someone who has been fascinated with the Holocaust for a very long time and has traveled to many different Holocaust museums and memorials, I was astounded to find an entirely new batch of information that I had never seen before. The museum is a very manageable size, which allows you to examine a vast amount of information quite thoroughly. Though the museum itself is not overwhelmingly large, everyone is handed ... view more

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A truly exceptional experience

As soon as I entered the museum, I was greeted by a very friendly woman at the front desk. There were a few interns and security guards as well who were respectful and welcoming. It was almost as if they were a family and I was being invited to their home. You just don't find that kind of atmosphere at larger museums; it was wonderful!! As if that weren't enough, they gave me freedom to walk around the exhibits by my... view more

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A must see Museum!

I had a very unique experience as I explored the Holocaust Museum. After learning that the Musuem was founded by actual Holocaust Survivors, I knew that this museum was authentic in every aspect. The staff could not be nicer, and I felt very comfortable and welcomed in the Museum. On top of that, the Museum is FREE of charge! Being on a tight college student budget, i felt relieved. It's rediculous what other musuems... view more

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An excellent museum experience in Los Angeles!

Walking in to the museum I was warmly greeted by the museum staff, who immediately made me feel welcome. Admission and audio guide tours are absolutely free, which was refreshing and nice to hear since I don't know how much I'd realistically be willing to spend as a college student to tour a Holocaust museum with so many other free resources available elsewhere. Nevertheless, I took the audio guide tour which I recom... view more

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