Fighting antisemitism: Volkswagen supports ‚Flashes of Memory’ visits

Rita Werneyer
Rita Werneyer
Corporate Communications Spokesperson Live Communications
People are standing in an exhibition
View into the exhibition ‚Flashes of Memory. Photography During the Holocaust’ © Volkswagen Group
  • Volkswagen welcomes employees and trainees for talks and visits of the exhibition ‚Flashes of Memory. Photography during the Holocaust’ at the Museum für Fotografie in Berlin.
  • In-depth exhibition experience for winners of the 2023 Sara Frenkel Award
  • Integrated element of Volkswagen’s corporate culture of remembrance
  • Volkswagen Group is education partner of the exhibition that has been brought from Yad Vashem to Germany for the first time

Berlin. Driven by the commitment to keep memories of the Holocaust and the understanding of its unfolding alive, Volkswagen supports several visits at the Museum für Fotografie which is hosting ‚Flashes of Memory’. The exhibition had been developed by the World Holocaust Remembrance Center Yad Vashem and presents photographs and films documenting the Shoah from the view of perpetrators, victims and liberators.

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