Many people contributed to this project, each in their own way. We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to all of them.
This project is a cross-divisional effort between multiple offices and divisions of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Content and site development is shared between the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies and the Division of Museum Education and Digital Media at the Levine Institute for Holocaust Education. Many of the materials featured here are due to the digitization and access efforts of the National Institute for Holocaust Documentation. The Museum’s excellent Informational Technologies division maintains the smooth operations of the site daily. Finally, the Museum’s Development Department continues to raise critical funds to keep this site vibrant and growing in perpetuity.
Experiencing History also deploys the critical assistance of numerous content contributors. We gratefully acknowledge the invaluable help of: Esther Adaire, Omri Bassewitch Frenkel, Sara Brinegar, Sean Bye, Nicole Eaton, Tomasz Frydel, Yedida Kanfer, Daniel Kennedy, Adam Knowles, Abigail Lewis, Kathleen Luft, Katarzyna Person, Katarzyna Pietrzak-Kret, Hadar Sadeh Markin, Michal Shaul, Stephen Scala, Amy Simon, Rachel Smith, Lara Szypszak, and Anita Tarnai.
We also gratefully acknowledge the contributions of the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) HistoryLab graduate course in Winter 2019 and Winter 2020: Jeff Veidlinger, Joseph Brodsky Collegiate Professor of History and Judaic Studies and Rita Chin, Professor of History and Associate Dean for Academic Programs and Initiatives, Rackham Graduate School, instructors; and students Richard A. Bachmann, Leila Braun, Émilie Duranceau Lapointe, Ryan Glauser, Pragya Kaul, Gianna May Sanchez, David Helps, Keanu Heydari, Michael Martin, Marina Mayorski, Shourjendra Nath Mukherjee, Paige Newhouse, Lediona Shahollari, Chloe Thompson, Matthew Villeneuve, and Sophie Wunderlich.