Cover photo of Nanjing Never Cries.
Professional Learning

WWII in Asia: Between History & Memory

This webinar models how to access Facing History's rich digital and print content for teaching the Japanese invasion of Nanjing and the beginning of World War II in Asia. In addition, we are joined by Dr. Hong Zheng, author of Nanjing Never Cries, and offer strategies for how to integrate the use of memoir in social studies and humanities classrooms. Recommended for World History educators teaching World War II in East Asia.

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This webinar models how to access Facing History's rich digital and print content for teaching the Japanese invasion of Nanjing and the beginning of World War II in Asia. In addition, we are joined by Dr. Hong Zheng, author of Nanjing Never Cries, and offer strategies for how to integrate the use of memoir in social studies and humanities classrooms.

Recommended for World History educators teaching World War II in East Asia.

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