The mission of the Skirball Cultural Center is to celebrate and cultivate the links between American democratic values and the Jewish heritage. Through our museum exhibitions and public programming, the Center strives to deepen the understanding of the origins of American families and their role in strengthening American society
The varied nature of the mission of the the Skirball Cultural Center relates to the American immigrant experience is different for each group and individual arriving on these shores, the Skirball Cultural Center provides an unrivaled rainbow of programs and opportunities to enrich each visitor.
The museum exhibits describe Jewish life before World War II and the destruction of the European Jews by the Germans. The site gives information on all the activities of the museum and gives e-mail contacts to all its departments, library and archives. You can search on line GFH archive and see photos and art on your screen.
The Jewish Museum in Stockholm presents the history of Swedish Jewry. The Museum has permanent exhibition of historical Jewish objects used in Sweden over the last two hundred years. Ther are also temporary exhibitions.
The Jews of Romania is a virtual exhibition created by Beth Hatefutsoth, paying tribute to Jewish life in Romania furing the last century. The online exhibitions emphasizes aspects of history, family and community life, religion, traditions and cultural achievements of the Romanian Jewish Community. Visiting the exhibition promises to be a fascinating journey into Romanian Jewish Heritage.