On October 5th, 1981, Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who disappeared in January 1945 after saving the lives of tens of thousands of persecuted people during World War II, became the second person in history to be awarded Honorary U.S. Citizenship. Raoul Wallenberg Day is commemorated every year in the State of New York and following the IRWF’s initiative, has been proclaimed in many other U.S. states.
360° Virtual Tour of the Berlin Holocaust Memorial
3D Photos and Narration about points of interest
Virtual Tour of the Museum's permanent Exhibits
Virtual 3D Museum Tour of the Holocaust Museum LA
Self-paced and Self-guided virtual tour of the Oregon Holocaust Memorial
A Guided Tour of the Holocaust Center in Tucson, Arizona
Wide range of topic areas, including the Holocaust, genocide, and contemporary social justice issues
Join Staff and Docents on a full tour of the Holocaust Museum & Learning Center in St. Louis Missouri
Explore the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Drone Video of Auschwitz-Birkenau
Panorama of Auschwitz - A Bird's Eye View
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World Jewish Travel (WJT) is a unique non-profit organization that provides an innovative and comprehensive digital platform to promote Jewish cultural travel.
WJT began in 2011 in the founder Jack Gottlieb's living room with a few IDC students who wanted to advance their interest in Jewish cultural heritage. The project has since developed into an all-encompassing website that includes a cultural event calendar, an eBook library, Jewish cultural heritage tours, cultural routes, Jewish-style restaurant, and Jewish sites in cities worldwide.
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