Artifacts Exhibit at
Canadian Museum for
Human Rights in Winnipeg:


The story of Simone Arnold Liebster and her family are
one of three video stories in the Museum's Examining the Holocaust Gallery. Included
is an artifacts exhibit that testifies to the
spiritual resistance of
the Arnold family.


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June 21, 2013

Max Liebster - The Unveiling of a Monument in Reichenbach / Lautertal, Odenwald, Germany

The Unveiling of a Monument in Reichenbach / Lautertal, Odenwald, Germany

This memorial to Max Liebster, honorary citizen of Reichenbach, should remind us of all who have suffered unjustly under the National Socialist regime, and stimulate us to think about our own values and goals.

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« What enabled us to offer moral resistance and stay firm in the face of a tyrannical state ?

Drawing by Simone Arnold, 12, subjected to a grilling in Mulhouse (Alsace), March 1943Our strong convictions helped us reject omnipresent propaganda, respond to hateful persecution with love and forgiveness, and conquer despair thanks to our firm hope.

May these reflections, testimonies, and narratives help our visitors understand that intolerance leads to exclusion, persecution, and ultimately annihilation.

May these historical accounts likewise inspire strength and courage in those suffering oppression of all kinds. »

The founders


Foundation mission

The Arnold Liebster Foundation seeks to promote peace, tolerance, human rights, and religious freedom by peaceful and non political means... >> more



The foundation has sponsored or shared in numerous international events ... >> more




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