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Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) -- Study and teaching

Voices on Antisemitism

Created by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the "Voices on Antisemitism" podcast series provides a "broad range of perspectives about antisemitism and hatred today." With funding from the Oliver and Elizabeth Stanton Foundation, this series contains over 50 conversations with Holocaust survivors, judges from South Africa, and German scholar Matthias K'ntzel. Visitors can browse through...
The Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies

Based at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, The Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies "supports scholarship and publications in the field of Holocaust studies, promotes the growth of Holocaust studies at American universities'and initiates programs to ensure the ongoing training of future generations of scholars specializing in the Holocaust." Visitors to their site can learn about...
The Secret Annex Online

The Anne Frank House has crafted this interactive tour of Anne Frank's secret hiding place that is altogether moving, profound, and wonderful. First-time visitors should look over the About the house area for an introduction to this very famous domicile. Next, the Who's Who area provides a multimedia introduction to the eight people living together in the secret annex. Visitors can even Enter the...
Facing History and Ourselves: Music, Memory, and Resistance during the Holocaust

History teachers in middle and high schools will want to check out these rich lessons plans exploring "how music helped to preserve dignity in the lives of Jews under Nazi rule." Scout Report readers will be familiar with the organization behind these lessons, Facing History and Ourselves (last featured in the 12-11-2020 issue), which is dedicated to shaping compassionate and courageous leaders...
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