“Then They Came For Me” Coaster Tile
After World War II, German pastor Martin Niemöller openly spoke about his own early complicity in Nazism and his eventual change of heart. His powerful words about guilt and responsibility still resonate today. They have been on display in the Museum since its opening and today are the final words read by Museum visitors exiting the main exhibition, serving as a powerful reminder about the consequences of individual action and inaction.
These meaningful words are printed on a four-by-four-inch porous ceramic tile. This tile can be used as a coaster, using the four rubber feet, or hung on the wall, using the attached wall hanger.
Learn more about Martin Niemöller and his quotation.