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Sara Fortis recollects how the partisans addressed one another and the significance of her title captain.
Melita Maschmann describes the contradictory way she viewed Jews, and particularly her Jewish classmates, while growing up in Nazi Germany.
View data on the casualties of World War I and consider the impact the losses had on each country.
Consider the experiences of Jewish prisoners who were forced to help German guards murder other prisoners.
Consider the motivations of individuals who rescued Jews during the Holocaust.
Consider how Christian churches confronted their legacy of antisemitism in the years following the Holocaust.
Learn about the connection between the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the struggle for civil rights in the United States.
Read and reflect on clauses from the Treaty of Versailles that punish Germany for its role in World War I.
Learn about the Nazis’ plan to rearrange the population of Poland, which resulted in the displacement of more than a million ethnic Poles and Jews (Spanish available).
How do your childhood experiences shape your identity? For Japanese author and Nobel Laureate Oe Kenzaburo, World War II remains one of these memories and became a seminal part of his identity as an author.
View and analyze John Singer Sargent’s memorial to World War I, the painting Gassed.
Learn how Los Angeles-area artists marked the 100 year anniversary of the Armenian Genocide.