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- A Teacher’s Guide to the Holocaust
Amazing…simply amazing. Student activities, timeline, links, and much more. “A Teacher’s Guide to the Holocaust” offers an overview of the people and events of the Holocaust. Extensive teacher resources are included.
- Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
One of our most important projects ismounting the full proceedings of the Trial of the Major German WarCriminals. We have so far mounted volumes 1-4 as well as numeroussupporting documents.
- Books and Websites about the Holocaust For Young Adults
I have just recently put up a website for young adults which you may wantto list in your excellent site. The URL is:http://www.euronet.nl/users/jubo/holocaust.htmlIt is a joint project between myself (a children’s librarian and bookreviewer in Chicago, Illinois) and Jurren Bouman, my friend in Holland whowas inspired to put something on the Net after visiting the US HolocaustMuseum here.
DEUTSCH: On our site Shoah Project we provide, besides a huge range of commented links, information about the concentration camp in Dachau, about the Resistance group “The White Rose” and others,
- Holocaust Teacher Resource Center
- “Women and the Holocaust.”
- Literature of the Holocaust
- I*EARN’s Holocaust/Genocide Project
Plus visit Project Advisor David Dickerson’s Page for the following:
Jewish Culture and History
- Responses tothe Holocaust
A Hypermedia Sourcebook for the Humanities
- Holocaust Education in Germany
- TheNazi Genocide of the Jews, 1933-1945.
- We MustRemember the Holocaust – By Mike Franklin.
- What They Saw at the Holocaust Museum – by Philip Gourevitch.
- Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
This Web Site has the entire text of the book “Pius XII and the Holocaust” A Reader which contains documentation on the Catholic Church’s role in the Holocaust. About 50% of this volume was written in 1963 by Dr. Joseph Lichten, a Jewish Polish lawyer who served as the Director on International Affairs Department for the Anti-Defamation League of B’nai N’rith.
- The Beast Within
“Our ninth grade interdisciplinary team is about to visit the UnitedStates Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. (The trip will takeplace on Thursday, December 7). It is hoped that our students will developessays, poems, and graphic art in response to the visit, and theseproducts will be posted to our web site.”
- Social Studies School Service Holocaust Learning Materials at: http://www.socialstudies.com/holo.html
They announce: “We have just developed a web sitewith social studies educators in mind. Part of what we offer is anonline catalog from which individuals can order charts, posters, books,videocassettes, cd-roms, etc for teaching about the holocaust.”
- Berkeley Student’s Research on Survivors
- Life Unworthy of Life: A Holocaust Curriculum for High Schools:
This curriculum, for high school students, is a member of the U.S.Department of Education’s National Diffusion Network, a program recognizingand supporting the dissemination of exemplary curricula. The Life Unworthyof Life curriculum is a flexible, self-contained, innovative program thatengages, challenges, and guides students through the historical and ethicalissues surrounding the Holocaust. It addresses issues of prejudice, racism,and democratic values. The 18-lesson program incorporates a 62-minutevideotape, based on interviews with survivors, used with 5 of the lessons.The authors of the curriculum are Dr. Sidney Bolkosky, Dr. David Harris, andBetty Rotberg Ellias.
- “Women Writers of the Holocaust”
I created a multimedia resource guide for a Digital Library project this past semester.
- Teaching the holocaust by stamps
Chaya Ostrower’s Site(in Hebrew)
- “Reach & Teach” Holocaust Education:
- Dickinson State University’s Internet Holocaust Course
An excellent online education resource center.
- Anne Frank Exhibit New Mexico Home Page: http://www.viva.com/nm/anne1.htm
Anne Frank in the World: 1929-1945, a nationally renowned exhibit,comes to New Mexico.
- UMass-Dartmouth CyberEdcourse on the Holocaust
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