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Queensland Holocaust Museum < 1 mins read

With a bold creative direction, the Queensland Online Holocaust Museum is a visually arresting, interactive, digitally intelligent and immersive experience which powerfully brings the the story of the Holocaust to life. Self -curated and easily accessible, the platform is international in focus and is designed to be accessible 24/7.

With more than 200 pieces of factual material included in this innovative platform which is narrated by best-selling author, award-winning television personality and granddaughter of survivors, Kathryn Eisman, the content is evocative and designed by deeply engage with an audience seeking to explore and learn about the Holocaust.


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