Zahava Kohn was a Holocaust survivor. 60 years after her liberation, she found a mysterious suitcase tucked away at the back of a cupboard with no idea what it would contain. This chance find would reveal a wealth of incredible artefacts from those wartime years, including photographs, documents and letters.
Download this flickering candle GIF to Light the darkness where lighting a real candle is not possible.
Download our Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) branded background to display as the backdrop to your HMD activity.
Here you will find logos to support you in publicising your Holocaust Memorial Day activity.
Download our range of different graphics for social media to help you demonstrate your participation in HMD and become part of the online conversation.
Holocaust Memorial Day Trust commissioned a special project entitled Moving Portraits. This is a collection of five photographs of genocide survivors, with each individual featured holding an object that holds significance to them.
We encourage you to adhere to the following guidance when considering which images you use on social media and at your Holocaust Memorial Day activities.
Brian Steidle attempted to bring the genocide to the world’s attention after serving as a Captain in the American Marines in Darfur. Brian has kindly provided us with photographs he took in Darfur for you to use at Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) activities.
The Wiener Library have kindly provided photographs from the Holocaust which you can use. Here you will find images relating to life in the camps.
Andrew Sutton has kindly provided these photographs relating to the Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. You can use these at your HMD activity.