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- The Holocaust
About This Collection
This collection is designed to support your exploration of Holocaust and Human Behavior. It features over 100 classroom-ready resources, including video documentaries and eyewitness testimony. Use these resources to connect your study of the Holocaust to related histories and ideas.
This collection contains all of the resources recommended in Holocaust and Human Behavior, organized by chapter.
- 86 videos
- 13 lessons
- 1 units
- 1 collections
- 5 books
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