Entrance gate to Jewish Memorial

This wrought iron gate goes all the way across the entrance to the underground room of the Jewish Memorial Temple, and is the only thing covering the opening to the small room, which is exposed to the elements. Note how this gate is reminiscent of the Jourhaus gate to the camp, except the iron bars are jumbled and chaotic and the "Arbeit Macht Frei" sign is absent. Inside, the floor is covered with the same tile that is used on the ramp and the walls are granite blocks. Click on the link below which takes you to another web site where you can read an essay on the Nazi justification for the Genocide of the Jews, or click on the picture above to continue the Virtual Tour.

Essay by Eric Epstein - The Legal Path to Judeocide

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