In these days of hateful political rhetoric and deniers of history, our understanding of the real events of the Holocaust are as important as ever. Since 1996 I have photographed Maine’s Holocaust Survivors. They were mostly children or adolescents in the late 1930’s when the terror began. Most, but not all, have since passed away. These images are now a permanent exhibit at the Maine Jewish Museum in Portland, https://mainejewishmuseum.org. and the Holocaust Humans Rights Center in Augusta, https://hhrcmaine.org. . Accompanying the photographs are testimonials from the survivors that illuminate their lives and the meaning of their images. I hope that my friends in Maine and those visiting our lovely state will have an hour to spare to see the exhibit at either venue and to reflect on the significance of these words and images, particularly in this time of growing intolerance and demagoguery.