United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Online Exhibits
- Life in the Shadows: Hidden Children and the Holocaust
- The exhibition, “Life in the Shadows,” explores the lives of individuals who were forced to change or hide their identities in order to survive, an others who reclaimed a previous identity. After years of concealing their true identify, it was not always easy for hidden children to revert to the people they had been before the war. Many survivors struggled to link the present to the past. In certain cases, former hidden children spent years or even decades searching for a past identity that remained in the distant shadows of their memories. The lives of the hidden children presented in the exhibition give a complex and sometimes confusing picture of human identity and the ways in which it can be altered, hidden, recreated, discovered or even destroyed.
- Life in the Shadows Lesson- Common core aligned lesson and exhibit activity modified from USHMM exhibit guide
- The Nazi Olympics: Berlin 1936