Pictured above, from left: Cole’s father (“Daddy Cornstar”), Cole and his younger brother, Cooper. (Photo by Stalzer Photography
A poster for a Holocaust exhibit in the UNI Rod Library.

UNI exhibit examines the witnesses of the Holocaust

A new exhibit at the University of Northern Iowa examines the millions of ordinary people who witnessed the Holocaust, challenging the commonly held notion that its tragedies were perpetrated far from the view of ordinary citizens.

The exhibit, “Some Were Neighbors: Collaboration & Complicity in the Holocaust,” will be on display from Feb. 16 to March 8 in the Learning Commons Exhibition Wall on the main floor of Rod Library. 

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Exhibit: "Some Were Neighbors: Collaboration and Complicity in the Holocaust"

View the exhibit "Some Were Neighbors: Collaboration and Complicity in the Holocaust" through March 8 on the Learning Commons Exhibition Wall, LIB. The exhibit explores how individual choices of ordinary people amounted to collaboration, complicity and, less frequently, resistance with regard to Nazi Germany’s persecution and murder of Jews.

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