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Sunday to Thursday: ‬09:00-17:00

Fridays and Holiday eves: ‬09:00-14:00

Yad Vashem is closed on Saturdays and all Jewish Holidays.

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Flashes of Memory: Photography During the Holocaust

Leah Goldstein

On 24 January 2018, a new exhibition, entitled "Flashes of Memory: Photography during the Holocaust," opened at Yad Vashem to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Displayed throughout this exhibition are some 1,500 photographs and 13 films created during the Holocaust by Nazi Germany, the Jews in the ghettos and the Allied liberators, as well as original newspaper clippings, albums, diaries, and a number of original cameras from the period.

"Flashes of Memory" features a range of original newspaper clippings, posters, photos and Holocaust-era cameras
"Flashes of Memory" features a range of original newspaper clippings, posters, photos and Holocaust-era cameras

The photographer Mendel Grossman in his laboratory in the Lodz Ghetto, Poland
The photographer Mendel Grossman in his laboratory in the Lodz Ghetto, Poland

The manipulation of photographs in Nazi newspapers to serve its racist ideology is analyzed in the exhibition
The manipulation of photographs in Nazi newspapers to serve its racist ideology is analyzed in the exhibition

"Flashes of Memory" features a range of original newspaper clippings, posters, photos and Holocaust-era cameras
"Flashes of Memory" features a range of original newspaper clippings, posters, photos and Holocaust-era cameras

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