educational research on the holocaust

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Online Resources Described

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Forever Remembered

Historically minded gopher surfers should investigate this rich, poignant wave. The Jerusalem One server houses more than 20 Mbytes of text and gif files …

Introduction to the Cybrary Project: Origins 1993-1996

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Introduction

The Cybrary of the Holocaust is part of a 20 year+ project to create educational materials, starting in 1994 and ending in 1996, while continuing online since then.

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I Think

I Think is dedicated tothe incredible feedback the Cybrary receives each month. More extensive listingsare available in The Empty Mirror, but these will give an idea of …

A Message Still Fresh

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Click here to listen to audio of Jan Karski

sharing his experiences.


A Message Still Fresh

Why we had to tell Karski’s story.


Excerpt: The Price of Freedom

The dramatic tale of

What is Fascism?

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What is Fascism?

From: NLG Civil Liberties Committee

Sept. 27, 1992 by Chip Berlet

This article is adapted from the author’s preface to Russ Bellant’s book “Old Nazis, the …

After the Holocaust photo by Myatt Lipscomb

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AFTER THE HOLOCAUST Taken in Monmouth County, New Jersey 1991.

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The Music of the Holocaust

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excerpted from

Voices of a People:

The Story of Yiddish Folksong by Ruth Rubin

(Jewish Publication Society, 1979, Philadelphia)

 

Reprinted with permission of the author

The Yiddish folk songs of World War II were created out …

Pennsylvania and Antidiscrimination

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Pennsylvania and Antidiscrimination

Synopsis

Jews and African-Americans came to Pennsylvania in the 1600s, Jews as immigrants and African-Americans as slaves. There is a long history of discrimination against African-Americans, …

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Holocaust and Genocide Curriculum

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As the Chairman of the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education, I am pleased to post the curriculum outlines recently approved by the Commission for kindergarten through twelfth grade. Comments and questions are welcome.

NJ COMMISSION ON …