Holocaust and Human Behavior Videos by Chapter

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The Bear That Wasn't

This clip is a video adaptation of the illustrated book, The Bear That Wasn’t.

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Obedience: The Milgram Experiment

This documentary describes the social science experiment known as The Milgram Experiment.

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Resistance
Transforming Germany in the 1930s

Acting on Faith: Dietrich Bonhoeffer's Protest Against National Socialism - Victoria Barnett

Dr. Victoria Barnett speaks about Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German pastor who took a stand against the Nazis.

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Race in US History

Little Things Are Big: Jesús Colón

Writer Jesús Colón reflects on an incident on a subway ride in New York City.

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Holocaust
Trials and Justice
Legacy

Nuremberg and Tokyo: Foundations of International Law

Scholar Beth Van Schaack discusses the origins of the international justice system.

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Genocide & Mass Violence

Choosing Cruelty: The Psychology of Perpetrators

Social psychologist James Edward Waller describes the importance of studying perpetrator behavior.

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Holocaust
Transforming Germany in the 1930s
Expanding the Third Reich

Hitler's Ideology: Race, Land, and Conquest

Scholar Doris Bergen discusses the ideologies of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.

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Holocaust
Transforming Germany in the 1930s

"Kristallnacht": The November 1938 Pogroms

Scholars discuss the events of Kristallnacht, a series of violent attacks against Jews in Germany, Austria, and part of Czechoslovakia in November, 1938.

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Holocaust
Weimar Republic

Hitler's Rise to Power: 1918-1933

Scholars Wendy Lower, Peter Hayes, Michael Berenbaum, Jonathan Petropoulos, and Deborah Dwork describe how Adolf Hitler became a powerful political figure in Weimar Germany in the aftermath of World War I.

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Holocaust

Hitler's Rise to Power: 1933-1934

Scholars Timothy Ryback, Wendy Lower, Jonathan Petropoulos, Michael Berenbaum, and Peter Hayes discuss Adolf Hitler’s final steps in securing total power in Germany.

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Justice & Human Rights

The Reckoning: Law or War: The Creation of the International Criminal Court

From the film "The Reckoning", featuring Ben Ferencz and other leaders discussing the establishment of the Rome statute and the creation of the first permanent international criminal court.

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Creating "We and They": Kwame Anthony Appiah

Kwame Anthony Appiah discusses how and why humans create a “we and they” distinction.

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