Common Core and the Holocaust by Alan Singer
Contemporaneous interviews are an excellent way to obtain accurate information. Ask your students to visit www.degob.org which has the personal stories of more than 3,500 Hungarian Holocaust Survivors recorded in 1945-46. These contemporaneous Protocols are extremely valuable in understanding how difficult their lives were during 1944 and 1945. Each student should pick one female and […]
From “Race to Racism” between 1933 and 1945, the Nazis murdered about one-third of all of the Jews in the world. Young and old alike were killed solely because of their ancestry. How could it happen in the twentieth century in the heart of Europe? Historians, psychologists, and theologians are still debating that question. So […]
1. Have your students read: Innocence by Klaus Heck. Ask them to answer in an essay or class presentation if the solder in the story is innocent or a war criminal?
this is quiz 1