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Old 10-04-2011, 09:34 PM   #1
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This thread gets started to collect Holocaust Memorials as pieces of art and symbols of death cult all over this planet


Feel free to express your opinion and feelings while looking at these monuments.


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It the biggest and most expensive, most ugly public toilet on earth, where next to it live many muslims, who also like to visit it very much.
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Old 10-04-2011, 10:19 PM   #3
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MIAMI BEACH






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DACHAU MEMORIAL, YAD VASHEM, Israel






DACHAU MEMORIAL, DACHAU, Bavaria

(addendum: officially and in reality nobody was gassed in Dachau)









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WASHINGTON HOLOCAUST MUSEUM





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MAJDANEK MAUSOLEUM, Poland










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good thread. i always wondered why these memorials are so creepy.
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good thread. i always wondered why these memorials are so creepy.

Thanks for your positive response, Ninny.

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Above: Shrine of the Book - to compare architecture with Majdanek Mausoleum on the first page of this thread


More YAD VASHEM pictures





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Shrine of the Book - to compare architecture with Majdanek Mausoleum
Inside this impressive building the dead sea scrolls are stored









Inside the Shrine

This was taken inside the "The shrine of the Book", Israeli Museum, Israel. These are the Dead Sea Scrolls dispay. They are ancient manuscripts that were discovered between 1947 and 1956 in eleven caves near Khirbet Qumran, on the northwestern shores of the Dead Sea. They are approximately two thousand years old, dating from the third century BCE to the first century CE. Most of the scrolls were written in Hebrew, with a smaller number in Aramaic or Greek. Most of them were written on parchment, with the exception of a few written on papyrus. The vast majority of the scrolls survived as fragments - only a handful were found intact. Nevertheless, scholars have managed to reconstruct from these fragments approximately 850 different manuscripts of various lengths.

The discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls represents a turning point in the study of the history of the Jewish people in ancient times, for never before has a literary treasure of such magnitude come to light. Thanks to these remarkable finds, our knowledge of Jewish society in the Land of Israel during the Hellenistic and Roman periods as well as the origins of rabbinical Judaism and early Christianity has been greatly enriched.

The Shrine of the Book was built as a repository for the first seven scrolls discovered at Qumran in 1947. This symbolic building, a kind of sanctuary intended to express profound spiritual meaning, is considered an international landmark of modern architecture. Designed by American Jewish architects Armand P. Bartos and Frederic J. Kiesler, it was dedicated in an impressive ceremony on April 20, 1965. Its location next to official institutions of the State of Israel – the Knesset (Israeli Parliament), key government offices, and the Jewish National and University Library – attests to the degree of national importance that has been accorded the ancient texts and the building that preserves them.

The white dome symbolizes the lids of the jars in which the first scrolls were found; the contrast between the white dome and the black wall alongside it alludes to the tension evident in the scrolls between the spiritual world of the “Sons of Light” (as the Judean Desert sectarians called themselves) and the “Sons of Darkness” (the sect’s enemies). The corridor leading into the Shrine resembles a cave, recalling the site where the ancient manuscripts were discovered.

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MONTREAL









http://www.mhmc.ca/en
http://timelines.com/1979/founding-o...emorial-centre

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ILLINOIS












Front of Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center, Skokie. Building architect is Stanley Tigerman.
The entrance is on the black part of the front and the exit on the white.






http://timelines.com/2009/4/19/openi...ucation-center

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Lest we should ever forget. No fucking chance!
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Lest we should ever forget. No fucking chance!
The architectural and sculptural structures of these monuments and buildings are so unique in their variety and incredibly impressive in their expression.
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MIAMI BEACH


Horrible. Reminds me of an arm being eaten alive by maggots.

This is a really interesting collection of images.

I don't like the term Holocaust - when I found out what it meant I thought why on earth has it gained popular usage? It's glorifying death if anything:

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The term holocaust comes from the Greek word holókauston, an animal sacrifice offered to a god in which the whole (holos) animal is completely burnt (kaustos)....

The biblical word Shoah (שואה) (also spelled Sho'ah and Shoa), meaning "calamity", became the standard Hebrew term for the Holocaust as early as the 1940s, especially in Europe and Israel. Shoah is preferred by many Jews for a number of reasons, including the theologically offensive nature of the word "holocaust", which they take to refer to the Greek pagan custom.
Burnt offerings - lots of 'eternal flames' in these memorials too.

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Inside this impressive building the dead sea scrolls are stored


Made me think penis and vagina - not because I'm a perv - just that I've read a lot of stuff about Freemasonry which says that a lot of their symbolism represents the sex act. Not saying this building is masonic - I don't know anything about it.

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