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Learn about how the Allies sought to bring German leaders to justice after World War II and the Holocaust.
Author Sarfraz Manzoor writes about the experiences that shaped his understanding of what it means to be British and what it means to belong.
Holocaust survivor Primo Levi describes his first day as a prisoner in Auschwitz, and the harrowing experience of losing his loved ones, possessions, and even his name.
Learn about Germany’s atrocities against the Herero, the Nama, and other indigenous groups in South-West Africa during Europe's colonization of Africa in the late 1800s.
Consider why paramilitary groups such as the Freikorps formed in the aftermath of World War I in Germany.
Mohandas K. Gandhi recalls his early participation in nonviolent resistance against discrimination against Indians in South Africa.
Learn about Nazi Germany’s participation in the Spanish Civil War and analyze Pablo Picasso’s painting Guernica.
Learn how Bacon’s Rebellion became a turning point for the way the laws of colonial Virginia distinguished people of different races.
This poem by Micky Scottbey Jones can be used to help you and your students create brave classroom communities.
Learn about the hundreds of anti-Jewish laws and measures passed in Germany during the first three years of World War II.
Read statements from Japanese diplomats rationalizing the brutality of Japanese troops in China.
Read a brief history of Jewish life in Belarus before World War II.