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Holocaust Memorial

Holocaust Memorial
Zion Memorial Park
Bedford Heights

In 1961, the Kol Israel Foundation built one of the first monuments in the United States dedicated to the 6 million Jews who perished in the Holocaust. Ashes of the victims from concentration camps are buried beneath it and the names of deceased family members are engraved on its surrounding wall.

The Kol Israel Foundation holds an annual memorial ceremony.

See photos and videos from the 2017 Memorial Service.

The new Ohio Historical Marker was dedicated on September 24, 2017.

Ohio Historical Marker at Zion Memorial Park - Side 1

Ohio Historical Marker at Zion Memorial Park - Side 1

Ohio Historical Marker at Zion Memorial Park - Side 2

Ohio Historical Marker at Zion Memorial Park - Side 2


Here are some images from the Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park.

Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park

Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park


Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park

Closeup of Left part of Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park


Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park

Closeup of Center part of Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park


Closeup of right part of Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park

Closeup of Right part of Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park


Plaque at base of Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park

Plaque at base of Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park


Memorial Wall at Zion Memorial Park

Memorial Wall at Zion Memorial Park


Dwight Eisenhower quote on Memorial Wall at Zion Memorial Park

General Dwight Eisenhower quote on
Memorial Wall at Zion Memorial Park


Remembering the US Armed Forces

Remembering the US Armed Forces


Remembering the Israel Defense Forces

Remembering the Israel Defense Forces


Remembering the Jewish Communities in Europe

Remembering the Jewish Communities in Europe


Tree with Star of David


Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park

Holocaust Memorial at Zion Memorial Park


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