Przyslala Rimma Kaul
Ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Israel’s national Shoah museum focuses on the impact of thousands of now iconic images from ghettos, camps, and liberation
Near the end of Jerusalem-based exhibition “Flashes of Memory: Photography During the Holocaust,” is a glass case containing a loose pile of postcard-size photographs of scenes from the Dachau concentration camp. Some show inmates shoving dead bodies into crematoria. Others show torture scenes, with prisoners’ bodies hanging from nooses.