The US Holocaust Memorial Museum has a brought back a popular exhibit entitled, “Nazi Olympics: Berlin 1936.” It chronicles the history around the time when Adolf Hitler was able to get the Summer Olympics to be hosted in Berlin, Germany.
In addition to have an exhibit at the physical museum building (which I haven’t checked out yet), they have a Web site which carry’s a lot of the same content.
One of the REALLY powerful portions of the online content is audio interviews with athletes of that era and the decisions they made or were made for them around their participation in the games.
If like me, you found the content to be powerful, you can easily share the audio content with your friends because it is in a widget. They use our Clearspring widget platform for distribution of the widget. 🙂 (Full Disclosure: I work for Clearspring and used to work with a team member at the USHMM.)
Above is a screenshot of the widget. I would have embedded it right in here but WordPress.com doesn’t allow the embedding of content from third-party sites, unless you’re a few special sites. *sigh*
Regardless, this is a GREAT example of breaking your Web site a part into pieces and allowing people to spread amongst their communities. I’m anxious to hear what kind of results the Holocaust Museum gets.