United States Holocaust Memorial Museum   /  Nazi Ideology

Used as an aid in special teaching programs at the museum, this volume describes how Nazi ideology evolved into persecution and murder during the Holocaust.

  • Used as a teaching tool, this volume describes how Nazi ideology evolved to persecution and murder during the Holocaust.
  • On the title page, portraits of people featured in the book are confined by the same oppressive band that contains “Nazi Ideology.”
  • Section openers feature archival photos discussed within the text.
  • Unconventional sidebars extend horizontally into the text, giving prominence to the individual’s story, but maintaining it as part of the narrative.
  • A detail of the typography shows the treatment of long quotes.
  • Another example of the dramatic and unconventional sidebar treatments.
  • The back cover flap folds out to reveal maps locating major Nazi concentration camps and “Euthanasia” centers.
  • Detail of the maps locating major Nazi concentration camps and “Euthanasia” centers.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum   /  Deadly Medicine

This book documents the changing role of German scientists from legitimate researchers to Nazi collaborators during the 1930s and 1940s.

  • Front cover.
  • Title page.
  • Table of contents.
  • A chapter opener shows a roll call of Jewish men newly arrived at Buchenwald.
  • A page detail shows grid lines and hand drawn folios evoking a scientist’s notebook.
  • Measuring tools used by Nazi anthropologists to determine an individual’s “racial” origins are shown on the left page.
  • This spread shows two pages from the “Sterilization Book with Photos” from a German psychiatric clinic.
  • Grid-lined pages with leader lines labeling images is reminiscent of a scientist’s notebook.

Other projects completed for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum include:

  • Arthur Szyk, exhibition catalogue