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Holocaust Exhibit Finds Home in Ammerman Campus Library

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The College Reporter

By Rosheen Sheikh

A holocaust exhibit has recently been reopened at the Huntington Library on the Ammerman Campus. In past years this exhibit, or as some call it “museum,” has informed many students of the history of the Holocaust to the 20th century.

“The Holocaust was a unique event in the 20th century history. It evolved slowly between 1933 and 1945. It began with discrimination; then the Jews were separated from their communities and persecuted; and finally they were treated as less than human beings and murdered” explained Steven Schrier, professor of political science and business law and director of the  Center for Holocaust, Diversity and Human Understanding.   Furthermore, Schrier discussed the loss of life that occurred. “In 1941 there were about 11 million Jews living in Europe; by May 1945 the Nazis had murdered six million of them. One-and-a-half million of these were children.”

This exhibit was very informative and provided…

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