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Recommended teaching materials: Compass is probably the best-known manual on human rights education and contains a great many tips. A new German edition should be coming out in 2015.

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Recommended teaching materials: The educational tool "all different – all equal" provides tips for the practical implementation of international youth projects.

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Recommended Website: This online exhibition recounts the fate of European youths and children who suffered discrimination and persecution for very different reasons during the Nazi period. All of them tried to stand up for themselves and resist, using various means.

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Recommended Website: A portal with many different voices, based on interviews with contemporary witnesses; an educational portal on the genocide of Roma and Sinti; a historical exhibition about six children: three websites where much can be learned about Roma and Sinti in Europe.

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Recommended teaching materials: Those wishing to work on the issue of discrimination of Sinti and Roma and seeking available material online will find carefully selected recommended links here.

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Recommended reference book: The book "Difficult Questions" is an exemplary communication tool that invites us to become familiar with other perspectives in the Polish-Jewish dialogue and beyond. It answers important questions in history, politics and everyday life.

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Recommended Website: The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights regularly conducts polls on the situation of so-called minorities in the EU. These are accessible online and constitute an important resource for knowledge multipliers in educational work.

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Recommended teaching methodology: The manual developed by Anne Sophie Winkelmann provides insights into the concept of diversity-aware educational work in international youth encounters that aim to challenge national-cultural concepts and promote awareness of diversity.

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Starting today you can discover for yourself Anne Frank's and her contemporaries’ stories at thirty special places in the city with the Anne’s Amsterdam mobile application.

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An online archive of historical jewish newspapers of the State Library of Berlin (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin). Until 5th of July 2012 the Library is testing the archive.

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The online catalog provides access to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s St

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Leo Baeck Institute has completed digitizing all issues of the German-Jewish émigré Journal, Aufbau, published between 1951 and 2004, which means the entire contents of the most impor

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First Person is a program for the public featuring a series of conversations with Holocaust survivors.

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EHRI's main objective is to support the European Holocaust research community by opening up a portal that will give online access to dispersed sources relating to the Holocaust all over Europe and Israel, and by encouraging collaborative research through the development of tools.

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 The murder sites of the jews in the occupied territorries of the former USSR.

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EGO | European History Online is a transcultural history of Europe on the Internet. The project investigates processes of intercultural exchange in European history whose impact extended beyond state, national and cultural borders.

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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 web portal offers a variety of material for educators in historical and political education.

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The “Road” edited and presented by Robert Chandler brings together short stories, journalism, essays, and letters by Vasily Grossman, the author of “Life and Fate”, provid

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Our world has been shaped by two all-consuming conflicts - and by a global superpower stand-off that brought the world to the brink of destruction. The website is a supply from BBC History.

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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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In this astonishing documentary, Michael Verhoeven unearths the long-buried truth behind the crimes against humanity committed by the Nazi regime, while simultaneously showing modern Germany in

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Historiana is an initiative of EUROCLIO, the European Association of History Educators in which an online, interactive, multimedia tool will be developed on the learning and teaching of common th

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German History in Documents and Images (GHDI) is a comprehensive collection of primary source materials documenting Germany's political, social, and cultural history from 1500 to the present.

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A website by the Goethe Institute about the construction of remembrance in Germany and other European countries.

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Since 1981, Dr. Sidney Bolkosky, Professor of History at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, has interviewed Holocaust survivors.

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The Website describes the Soviet penal labor camp system and provides information about political persecution in the Soviet Occupation Zone/GDR.

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Centropa is an oral history project that combines old family pictures from the 19th and 20th centuries with the stories that go with them.

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Teaching about National Socialism and the Holocaust in elementary schools is now generally accepted. But taking elementary school children to visit a memorial site?

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This web portal on the "Operation Reinhard" and its camps provides a wealth of English language documents and information translated mostly into German, including historical written docum

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This online accessable database contains roughly 2,200 names and short biographies of victims, who were persecuted, driven away and/or murdered - as jews and/or for political reasons, professors

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The ROSA ARCHIV (Pink Archive) started with the digitalization of the "Yearbooks of sexual intermediaries with special consideration of homosexuality" which Dr.

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Online exhibition, dating from 2003, examines the campaign of persecution and violence against the homosexuals of Germany.

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Namibia's history was characterised by colonisation and apartheid during the years 1884 to 1990.

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The Maison d’Izieu Memorial Site is a place of active and living memories.

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The project group “The Ueberlinger Mine on the Internet” from the Secondary School Überlingen at Lake Constance presents a comprehensive online documentat

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The multi-media database "Politically Persecuted Persons in Hamburg, 1933-1945" is available at

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The webguide informs about the life of Anne Frank, National Socialism and the Second World War. Anne Frank is one of the 1.5 million Jewish children who were murdered during the Second World War.

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Unique insight into the lives of the administrators of the largest Nazi killing center.

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A Website about Jewish migration from Germany to the United States in the 19th century.

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The story of Sophie Scholl, who was a member of the resistance group "The White Rose" in the Third Reich, has lost nothing of its importance sixty years after her violent death.

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A cooperation between the Foundation "Remembrance, Responsibility and Future", Freie Universität Berlin and the German Historical Museum.

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Two English-language web sites originating from the USA have proven to be especially helpful when searching for English-language material on the Holocaust and National Socialism, as they contain a

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Bathseva Dagan's poems are memories of her concentration camp experiences as a young girl.

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The songbook with songs sung, collected and written at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp of 1942 has been known for many years.

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An Epistolary Novel about anti-Semitism and the Development of the German "Volksgemeinschaft" by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor.

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"It was something I believed I just had to do. […] This book is the result of my questions of 'What if?' It is a work of fiction based on a nightmare of facts."

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"Thank you Pascal for what you did. You should, however, know that the characters you made up are unable to represent the reality that we had to go through.

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Their actions at war do not appear in history books, and their fallen soldiers are listed nowhere.

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This Encyclopedia Project aims to create a regularly updated electronic database focusing on massacres and genocides of the 20th century.

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Data base in English and Hebrew with the names of all murdered Jews.

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Among other teaching resources, the association offers a project description and materials for an interdisciplinary and creative group work on Richter's well known novel "Damals war es Friedri

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The Virtual Library History offers a web guide on the "Third Reich", the National Socialism and the Second World War. The links are commented and evaluated by specialists.

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Drawing on new archival sources from the former Soviet Union and bringing together researchers from Ukraine, Germany, Great Britain, the Netherlands, and the United States, The Shoah in Ukraine she

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The multimedia history of the Chotzen family from the First World War to the present day is one of the best documented German-Jewish biographies. The website is available in English and German.

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The publication under review is a compilation of 22 different contributions on the importance of the topic National Socialism and the Holocaust for the training of teachers in Germany and worldwide

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Print-, Web- and CD-ROM-presentations of six centuries of Jewish life in the Bad Hersfeld-Rotenburg/ Fulda region and Judaica history workshop in the attic of the Jakob-Grimm school in Rotenburg/ F

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A collection of materials on the anti-colonial resistance struggle in Namibia. For confirmation lessons, junior and senior high school level and adult education.

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The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum provides five guidelines for teaching about genocides on

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When King Victor Emmanuel III appointed Benito Mussolini, the leader of the Italian fascist party, for the office of Prime Minister in October 1922, this marked the beginning of a period of discrim

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The Armenian Genocide has lately attracted a lot of attention, despite the Turkish government's attempts at denial.

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The Rosa-Luxemburg-Square, dominated by the monumental building of the Volksbühne theatre, is situated in the middle of Berlin, north of the Alexanderplatz in the former Scheunenviertel.

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(Online-) exhibition and information on the German Resistance Movement against National Socialism.

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The anti-Semitic pamphlet called the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" is a fictitious speech which a Jewish leader allegedly gave before a secret conference of the so called Elders of Zi

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The Upper Salzberg Document Center was founded by the Institute for Contemporary History Munich - Berlin, on the Upper Salzberg near Berchtesgaden.

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This house in the center of Amsterdam was the hiding place of Anne Frank where she wrote her famous diary during World War Two.

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The permanent exhibition "Fascination and Violence" on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds in Nuremberg addresses the causes, background and effects of the National Socialist reign of vio

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The website of the Izieu Children's Home Memorial offers information in English and French.

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Personal testimonies of Holocaust victims from the David P. Boder Archive and the Fortunoff Video Archive.

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"Jewish Traces" is a Website about Jewish Refugees from Austria in Belgium and France.

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Examining details of photo-graphic or facsimile documents by means of an enlarging function enables the user to dig deeper and deeper into the debate, affording the feeling of exploring an archive.

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