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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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"Something Terrible is Going On"

New Online Exhibition on the Fate of Jewish Families in 1941

Yona Kobo

A new online exhibition presents stories of Jewish families and their fate in the wake of "Operation Barbarossa" in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, eastern Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Romania and Yugoslavia.

Menachem-Mendel Bernstein of Ylakiai, Lithuania, sent to his sister Ida Lev (née Bernstein) in Tel Aviv. On the back of the photo, he wrote in Hebrew: “An everlasting memento from your dear brother Mendel Bernstein, 20 May 1935.” Yad Vashem Archives
Menachem-Mendel Bernstein of Ylakiai, Lithuania, sent to his sister Ida Lev (née Bernstein) in Tel Aviv. On the back of the photo, he wrote in Hebrew: “An everlasting memento from your dear brother Mendel Bernstein, 20 May 1935.” Yad Vashem Archives

Arie Singer, “Vilna, 3000 Jews were Murdered, 2.9.41” Yad Vashem Art Collection
Arie Singer, “Vilna, 3000 Jews were Murdered, 2.9.41” Yad Vashem Art Collection

Score for the song “Di Farfirte” (The Deceived). Lyrics: Isroel Sabeschinski. Music: Oskar Strok. Yad Vashem Archives
Score for the song “Di Farfirte” (The Deceived). Lyrics: Isroel Sabeschinski. Music: Oskar Strok. Yad Vashem Archives

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