Monument to the Six Million Jewish Martyrs Nathan Rapoport,
books and scrolls,
* The base of the memorial has inscriptions in both English and Hebrew
Presented to the City of Philadelphia by the Association of Jewish
New Americans in cooperation with the Federation of Jewish Agencies of
Greater Philadelphia, April 26 1964.
Remember Drancy, Flossenberg, Gross-Rosea, Klooga, Ewow-Janowska,
Majdanek, Mauthausen, Newengamme, Auschwitz, Babi-Yar, Belzic, Bergen-Belsen,
Buchenwald, Chelmno, Dauchau, Ponary, Ravensbruck, Sachsenhausen, Sobibor,
Stutthof, Therestenstadt, Trebeinka, Westerbork.
The Holocaust 1933-1945.
Now and forever enshrined in memory are the
six million Jewish martyrs who perished in concentration camps, ghettos, and
gas chambers. In their deepest agony they clung to the image of humanity,
and their acts of resistance in the forests and ghettos redeemed the honor
of man. Their suffering and heroism are forever branded upon our
conscience and shall be remembered from generation to generation.
* 16th, Arch, and the Parkway.
* 39.955085,-75.167150 [map]
* On the Parkway and Pennsylvania tour
* Exhibits: Religious,