The Holocaust Documentation and
With South Florida having one of the largest Jewish populations in
The one major component which was missing has been an actual
It is anticipated that the bilingual aspect will be well-received as South Florida is the gateway to
The facility will be opened in approximately two years depending on the raising of the necessary $21 million in funding for such a venture. The Holocaust Documentation and
The rail car <http://www.justnews.com/video/23716150/index.html> can be seen below and will find a place in the educational exhibits in the new Museum.
The newly designed Museum will provide a home for all of these things as well as focus on the journey of the S.S. St. Louis. The journey is a singular Holocaust experience with a real life tie to
The S.S. St. Louis <http://www.ushmm.org/museum/exhibit/online/stlouis/> made its way from
A rendering which follows provides a bird’s eye view of what the new museum will look like. The plan is that the Holocaust Documentation and
Much of what will be done to create an enriched learning and experiential environment in the Museum can be seen in the following document <http://www.hdec.org/images/2010_01_31_combined_boards.pdf>.
Plans are to obtain further artifacts donations from survivors and their children which will find a welcoming home at the Museum. In addition, the invaluable assistance of rabbis as well as health care professionals, lawyers, financial planers, and insurance personnel, who may know of such artifacts their clients may have, will be sought.
Further information can be obtained from Executive Vice President Rositta Ehrlich Kenigsberg, (954) 929-5690 or email the Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org.