Holocaust and Human Behavior One Week Unit Outline

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Holocaust and Human Behavior One Week Unit Outline

The five lessons in this unit give students an overview of the history of Nazi Germany and the Holocaust and provide a window into the choices individuals, groups, and nations made that contributed to genocide. For a more comprehensive unit about the Holocaust that follows the Facing History scope and sequence, see our One-Month Unit Outline.

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