Results from all areas to Teaching about the Holocaust

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Lilian Black concentrates on the cooperation between the Arolsen Archives and the Holocaust Survivors’ Friendship Association in Great Britain. The author writes from the perspective of the daughter of a Holocaust survivor who has researched the history of her father’s persecution.

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Misko Stanisic presents a professional development project for librarians and archivists in Serbia, which the Arolsen Archives have supported by running workshops and giving lectures. 

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The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) in Washington is an important partner of the Arolsen Archives at international level. Elizabeth Anthony shows how the institutions structure their cooperation and presents the publications the USHMM has produced on the basis of documents from the Arolsen Archives.

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Tosha Tillotson and David H. Lindquist present ways of teaching English Language Learners about the Holocaust.

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This curriculum for high school students shows possibilities how to teach with the book Hanna and Walter. a love story.

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The Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe offers comprehensive material and lesson plans about the living environment of Jewish youth in interwar Poland.

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The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) offers ideas and resources how to teach with audio-podcasts.

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The Schools Council Project History 13-16 was set up in 1972 to undertake a radical re-think of the purpose and nature of school history.

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Event

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, in cooperation with the School of Education at Loyola Marymount University, will hold the 10th Annual Southern California Teacher Forum on Holocaust

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The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, in cooperation with the Region 10 Education Service Center in Richardson, TX, will present ?Teaching about the Holocaust,? a two and ?

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For the first time ever, a special Lessons and Legacies Conference will take place in Europe, the continent where the Holocaust occurred.

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