About this site
About the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum
The Breman celebrates and commemorates the Jewish experience and the universal themes of diversity and human dignity. This is accomplished by collecting, preserving, interpreting and teaching Jewish values, culture and history. All of this is inspired by the dedication and courage of the Jewish people. As such, the museum desires to have an impact on behavior and promote mutual respect and understanding. By presenting the complex relationship between minority and majority communities within a culture, The Breman strives to underscore the need for every individual to make moral choices for the benefit of the entire society. One Thousand Children: Georgia's Role in the Rescue of Jewish Children is designed to be an educational website produced by the William Breman Jewish Heritage Museum to inform the public about a part of Holocaust history that has received fairly little attention from researchers or the media.
This site looks best in the latest verision of Firefox.
The code for the CSS-based photo galleries came from the Dynamic Drive CSS Library.
The maps of Germany that are found in the section on German history are being used under GNU Free Documentation License. Some of the images throughout this site are from the United States Holocaust Memorial site and have been attributed as such. The images of Nazi propaganda posters as well as many of the photographs of Adolf Hitler are from the German Propaganda Archive, which belongs to Randall Bytwerk of Calvin College.
This site was built by Leah Mickens.