Dedicated on April
by the citizens of the State of Nebraska and
supported by the Sam and Frances Fried Holocaust and Genocide Fund
Located at Wyuka Cemetery in Lincoln, Nebraska, this beautiful memorial serves as a place of remembrance and education. The Nebraska Holocaust Memorial was created through the support of thoughtful Nebraskan
When you visit the Nebraska Holocaust Memorial, you’ll see a sea of stones surrounding the monument. The stones represent the millions of men, women
Wyuka Cemetery is an ideal location for the Nebraska Holocaust Memorial; it is the largest all-faith cemetery serving the Lincoln community and Lincoln is the home of Nebraska’s state capital. Wyuka Cemetery was established in 1869 as a state cemetery by an act of the Nebraska Legislature. The “Wyuka” is derived from the word “
the Nebraska Holocaust Memorial.
Wyuka Cemetry is located at 3600 “O” Street in Lincoln, Nebraska.
To be a permanent part of the Nebraska Holocaust Memorial, a minimum donation of $100 will provide an engraved brick in honor or in memory of a loved one see our donation page. https://holocausteducationfund.org/Donate.html
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To be a permanent part of the Nebraska Holocaust Memorial
a minimum donation of $100 to the Nebraska Holocaust Memorial will provide an engraved brick in honor or in memory of a loved one. To become a permanent part of this Memorial please contact: