Petaluma Museum displays Schindlers List
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By Steve Bryan  November 11, 2009 11:09 am

The Petaluma Historic Museum will bring to life the artifacts of the traveling Holocaust displays being circulated by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C
 Petaluma is marking the 71st anniversary of "Kristallnacht," or "the Night of Broken Glass," "Kristallnacht" takes its name from the night of Nov. 9, 1938 when the Nazi's unleashed an unprecedented wave of organized violence against Germany's Jews. This event is generally recognized at the beginning of the Holocaust with a month long event.
From Nov. 10th to Dec 13th the Petaluma Museum, at 20 Fourth St., opens Schindler to the public in an exclusive Northern California display. Admission is free to the public event, but donations to the Museum will be accepted.
For more information please call the Petaluma museum at (707) 778-4398

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