Each panorama movie is available in two file sizes. The small movies display at the same size on your computer screen as the large movies, but the small movies do not allow you to zoom in on as much detail as the large movies do. All movies are a full circle (360 degrees) unless noted otherwise.
Amsterdam: Ravensbrück Memorial
316 K 936 K
The Ravensbrück Memorial in Amsterdam is a series of metal plates around a central column. An ominous sound track is played from the column and at night a display of flashing lights adds to the effect.
344 K 828 K
The Nazi book burning site in Berlin is now commemorated by an underground memorial representing an empty library.
Berlin: Tempelhof Airport
936 K 1.7 MB
This 180 degree VR shows one of the four major examples of Third Reich architecture in Berlin. The architect was Ernst Sagebiel.
Berlin: Third Reich Ministry of Aviation
344 K 1.1 MB
This 180 degree VR shows the Third Reich Ministry of Aviation building undergoing renovation as the new German Federal Ministry of Finance building. The original structure was designed by Ernst Sagebiel and built 1934-36.
Berlin: Topography of Terror
328 K 2 MB
This exhibition is located in the remains of the cellars of the former Gestapo prison in Berlin.
Berlin: House of the Wannsee Conference
288 K 1.5 MB
The House of the Wannsee Conference is located in a fashionable suburb of Berlin. The meeting to plan the destruction of European Jewery was held here. This movie shows the rear of the villa, gardens, and view of the lake, Grosser Wannsee. The peaceful setting provides a stark contrast to the violence that was planned here.
Bernburg: Anhalt State Psychiatric Hospital "Euthanasia" Facility
732 K 2.3 MB
According to records kept by the Nazi regime, 9,385 mentally and physically handicapped persons were murdered in this gas chamber between November 21, 1940, and August 24, 1941. Some 5,000 concentration camp prisoners were also sent here to be murdered.
320 K 968 K
The National Monument to the Jewish Martyrs of Belgium is located in Brussels. Unveiled in 1970, this is a place of remembrance for those who have no grave. The names of 23,838 of the murdered are etched into the memorial's walls. The monument also serves as a reminder of those who risked their lives to rescue approximately 20,000 Jews in Belgium.
544 K 940 K
The Kehlsteinhaus, commonly called the "Eagle's Nest," was built on the Kehlstein Mountain high above Obersalzberg as present for Hitler on his fiftieth birthday.
Hamburg: Rose Garden for the Children of Bullenhuser Damn
568 K 3 MB
The Nazis conducted medical experiments on captive children, treating them as animals. Twenty children, ten boys and ten girls, were infected with tuberculosis and then had their lymph glands removed from under both arms. At the end of the experiment, the children were taken to the school on Bullenhuser Damn and hanged in the basement, along with their caregivers. The school has since been renamed the Janusz Korczak School after the head of the Jewish orphanage in Warsaw, and a memorial rose garden has been planted behind the school. On a wall surrounding a part of the garden are the names and photographs of the murdered children.
Kaunas: Jewish Cemetery
344 K 1 MB
The Jewish cemetery in Kaunas, Lithuania, is neglected and overgrown.
Miami Beach: Holocaust Memorial Reflecting Pool
192 K 712 K
A Sculpture of Love and Anguish by Kenneth Treister rises from a reflecting pool at the Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial. To the right, the Arbor of History records the story of the Holocaust in words and photographs. (180 degree VR)
Mami Beach: Holocaust Memorial Central Plaza
192 K 1.1 MB
The central sculpture group at Kenneth Treister's Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial consists of a monumental raised hand covered with figures and surrounded by additional free-standing figures. The group is entitled A Sculpture of Love and Anguish and is surrounded by a memorial wall engraved with the names of thousands of Holocaust victims.
St. Petersburg, Florida: Florida Holocaust Museum
96 K 516 K
"Women of Ravensbrück: Portraits of Courage" an installation by Julia A. Terwilliger (1947–1998).
Warsaw Jewish Cemetery
676 K 1.8 MB
The Warsaw Jewish Cemetery, now overgrown and forgotten, is a reminder of the rich Jewish culture which once flourished in Poland.
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
College of Education, University of South Florida © 2005.