In this video, Dr. Paul Bookbinder describes how the Nazis assumed power in 1930s Germany.
In this video, Dr. Paul Bookbinder gives an overview of the Nuremberg trials.
Professor Paul Bookbinder describes the “noble experiment” of democracy in the Weimar Republic.
History teacher Brittany Burns' class at Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough, Massachusetts, studies the fall of Weimar Germany.
Alfons Heck recalls how he became a high-ranking member of the Hitler Youth. He talks about the importance of peer pressure and propaganda to Hitler's ability to recruit eight million German children to participate in the "war effort."
Teachers at Animo Jackie Robinson Charter High School use our Holocaust and Human Behavior resource and journey of discovery about oneself and others ("Scope and Sequence") to help students think critically about history and make informed choices.
Leon Bass describes his encounters with racism when he joined for the U.S. Army in 1943.
This documentary uses diary entries of youth who lived during the Holocaust and powerful images to teach a new generation about the pain of the past and hope for the future.
Professor Jonathan Petropoulos discusses the moral challenges faced by three cultural figures living in Nazi Germany, writer Gottfried Benn and artists Emil Nolde and Max Beckmann.