The William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum is home to the permanent exhibit, The Absence of Humanity: The Holocaust Years 1933-1945. This permanent exhibition presents a detailed history of the events that led up to the Holocaust, the atrocities perpetrated by the Nazis during World War II, and those events that took place in its wake. In this highly informative Holocaust museum exhibition, the narrative of this dark time in human history is put forth in the voices of those who survived and made new lives in Atlanta. Absence of Humanity: The Holocaust Years, 1933-1945 was designed by local architect and Holocaust survivor Ben Hirsch, and features historic photographs, personal memorabilia, family documents, and videotaped interviews with Atlanta-area survivors. For more information visit https://thebreman.org.
How it Works
This pass will admit up to four (4) people to the Breman Museum at no charge.
This pass can be checked out at the library circulation desk. Pass not available for holds.
Check out period is one week (7 days) with the option of one renewal. Late fee is $3/day.
The pass must be returned to the lending library.
Restrictions: This pass is valid only for general admission; it is not valid for events, tours, or performances.