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Discover the effects of the “Malicious Attacks” law, which criminalized dissent to the Nazi party, had on one German family and on German society as a whole.
Learn about the roles of the the SA, the SS, and the Gestapo in Nazi Germany.
Gain insight into the experiences of Jews in hiding during the Holocaust by reading entries from the diary of teenager Otto Wolf.
Reflect on the challenges that face survivors of the Holocaust in living with their memories and in sharing their stories.
Begin your study of the Holocaust with a poem by Holocaust survivor Sonia Weitz (Spanish available).
Learn about Nazi Germany's annexation of Austria in 1938, the Anschluss, and the world's response to this act of open aggression.
Learn about the Nazis' boycott of Jewish-owned businesses, including a firsthand account from a German Jew (Spanish available).
Get insight into the German public opinion on Hitler's invasion of Poland in 1939 with these primary source excerpts.
Deepen your understanding of the Nazis’ persecution of Sinti and Roma people during World War II.
Consider the dilemmas and questions that were raised after the Holocaust as people tried to understand what had happened and how to move on.
Discover how the Nazis used the ghetto-camp Terezín as a propaganda tool to hide what they were really doing to the Jews of Europe.
Discover how the Nazis used the 1936 Summer Olympics as an opportunity to showcase German society to the world.