1. Morris Kestelman: Lama Sabachthani [Why Have You Forsaken Me?]
2. George Mayer-Marton: Women with Boudlers
3. Bill Spira: Prisoners Carrying Cement
4. Jan Hartman: Death March (Czechowice-Bielsko, January 1945)
5. Edgar Ainsworth: Belsen
6. Leslie Cole: One of the Death Pits, Belsen. SS Guards Collecting Bodies
7. Doris Zinkeisen: Human Laundry, Belsen: April 1945
8. Eric Taylor: A Young Boy from Belsen Concentration Camp
9. Mary Kessell: Notes from Belsen Camp
10. Edith Birkin: The Death Cart – Lodz Ghetto
11. Shmuel Dresner: Benjamin
12. Roman Halter: Mother with Babies
13. Leo Breuer: Path Between the Barracks, Gurs Camp
14. Leo (Lev) Haas: Transport Arrival, Theresienstadt Ghetto
15. Jacob Lipschitz: Beaten (My Brother Gedalyahu)
16. Norbert Troller: Terezin
17. Anselm Kiefer: Sternenfall
Write an analysis of each artwork, including the following information:
1. Identify the title, artist, date completed, and medium used.
2. Explain the content of the artwork – what do the images show?
3. How does the artwork relate to the bigger picture of the Holocaust?
4.How effective is the artwork in relating the Holocaust to viewers?
Writing Requirements (APA format)
Length: 3 pages (not including title page or references page)
12-point Times New Roman font