The Institute for Research & Training of European Affairs, as a leading organization and the Public Benefit Enterprise of the Municipality of Thessaloniki as a partner in the project "Remember Holocaust- Building Bridges for a common future, Which is funded by the EU Europe for Citizens program, welcomes you to the Virtual Report on the Holocaust.
The Virtual Exhibition aims to depict milestones of the extermination of the Jews, their daily life during the war, shedding light in a clear and comprehensible way on the events that led to the genocide of the Jews.
During your tour of the exhibition, you will go to historical turning points, to the testimonies of the daily lives of the people who lived at that time, while you will meet interesting stories of celebrities whose names were associated with the Holocaust.
The exhibition is structured in four rooms with a specific theme. Each exhibit shares a story or explanation accompanied by video or audio documents that you can watch or listen to.
We invite anyone interested to attend the Digital Exhibition, whether young people, students, representatives of Jewish communities, researchers and academics, local decision makers, members of civil society and any other group interested in the subject.
The Exhibition will be available online until April 20, 2021.
To access the Exhibition, it is mandatory to submit the application. When you register, a confirmation window will appear providing you with the link. Click on it, and head to the Digital Gallery.
Take some time to register and enjoy our exhibition!
The Institute of Research & Training on European Affairs, as the leading organization of the “Remember Holocaust- Building Bridges for a common future” project, funded by the EU Program Europe for Citizens, and the Community Enterprise of Thessaloniki as its partner to the project welcomes you to the Virtual Exhibition about Holocaust.
The Virtual Exhibition aims to portray milestones of the extermination of the Jews, their daily life in times of war while providing a clear, easy understanding of facts that led to the genocide of the Jews. During your tour, you will be navigated to historic turning points, to everyday life testimonies of the people who lived back in those times while you will get to know interesting stories of flagship personalities that their names got interrelated with the Holocaust times.
The Exhibition is structured into 4 rooms with a specific topic. Each exhibit shares a story or an explanation of worth-mentioning historical point accompanied by videos or audios that you can watch or listen to.
Young people, students, representatives from the Jewish communities, researchers and academics, local decision-makers, civil society members and any other group who is interested in the topic are invited to join our Virtual Exhibition.
The Exhibition will be available online until the 20th of April 2021.
For getting access to the Exhibition, submission of the application form is mandatory.
Once you register, a confirmation window will pop-up providing you the link that, after clicking it, will direct you to the Digital Exhibition.
So, take a moment to make your registration and enjoy our exhibition!