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Learn how the Nazis used film to create an image of the “national community” and to demonize those they viewed as the enemy, such as the Jews.
Sara Fortis recounts feeling responsible for the well-being of the women in her all-female partisan unit.
Consider the different ways that the German Christian movement and the Confessing Church movement navigated their relationships with the Nazi government.
Explore the stories of three German ministers who chose to speak out against the Nazis’ "euthanasia" program.
Investigate different examples of protest and resistance by Germans against the Nazi regime in the 1940s, including the White Rose resistance group (Spanish available).
Learn about the impact that this fabricated book had on Hitler and the Nazi Party.
Rabbi Leo Baeck asserts that how a culture treats Jews is reflective of how just that society is.
Shimon Huberband, a central figure in the Oyneg Shabes, documents life in the Warsaw ghetto.
Learn how the German government exploited the wealth and resources of occupied countries during World War II.
Examine how the world responded to Hitler’s first acts of military aggression, including Germany’s remilitarization of the Rhineland.
Hear from a rescuee, an academic, and from Chiune Sugihara himself on why he saved the lives of the Lithuanian Jews.
Read W.H. Auden’s poem “Refugee Blues” about the plight of Jewish refugees during the Holocaust.