“LEGACY OF REMEMBRANCE”
for all our children and grandchildren so they will know and understand the meaning of NEVER AGAIN
The Holocaust Documentation & Education Center (HDEC) is devoted to documenting the memory of the Holocaust and educating today’s generation about the dangers of bigotry, hatred and intolerance.
The HDEC is central in collecting over 2,500 oral histories of Survivors, Liberators, and Rescuers as well as artifacts, photographs and documents that provide invaluable eyewitness accounts of the history of the Holocaust. The Museum also features the unique combination of two iconic anchor artifacts – an authenticated Holocaust Railcar and an authenticated United States Sherman Tank of the type that liberated Dachau. These two artifacts provide impactful moments of reflection for visitors.
In compliance with Florida’s Holocaust Education Statute, the HDEC hosts Student Awareness Days and other programs throughout the year which serve to educate our students.
In the News
The Yosl and Chana Mlotek Yiddish Song Collection at the Workers Circle
This new bi-lingual website provides a comprehensive and searchable online database for Yiddish...
Florida Holocaust Memorial in the Capitol Complex in Tallahassee
If you know a Survivor of the Holocaust, please share the information below with them. Thank you...
HDEC News Article from Sun-Sentinel
Students sit in a roundtable setting as Holocaust survivor Judy Rodan speaks during Student...
Online Programming for Teachers, Students and the Community
Pride Month: Defying the Nazi Campaign to Control Sexuality – presented by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
A scene from the Eldorado Cafe in Berlin in 1926, one of the largest LGBTQ+ clubs, which the Nazis...
“When Holocaust Refugees Flooded Morocco” – presented by Project Witness
Book Burning and Censorship in Nazi Germany – presented by the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Ninety years ago this month, university students in Nazi clubs led an enthusiastic crowd in the burning of more than 25,000 “un-German” books in a Berlin public square. These planned, torchlit purges occurred in 34 university towns across Germany. In the aftermath of the book burnings, the Nazi regime raided bookstores, libraries, and publishers’ warehouses […]