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Discover how the Nazis used art as a tool to promote their ideology by celebrating what they perceived as authentic German art and eliminating art they deemed degenerate.
Eisenhower, a general during World War II, describes his shock and horror at touring a Nazi concentration camp liberated by US troops.
Learn about the pamphlet published by Karl Binding and Alfred Hoche that sparked a national debate about race and eugenics in Germany in the 1920s.
Read eyewitness accounts of the killing process at Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp.
Learn about the Chicano Movement of the 1960s and 1970s with this historical overview.
Explore the complexity of Jewish identity with reflections from three teenagers about what being Jewish means to them.
Author Ed Husain remembers two key experiences from growing up in an immigrant family in London that shaped his identity and the decisions that he made.
Former Nazi youth member Alfons Heck reflects on coming to terms with Germany’s role and his own part in the Holocaust.
Consider why some Europeans changed their anti-war stance when World War I officially began, and why others like conscientious objectors continued to oppose the war.
Explore three first person perspectives on stereotyping to understand how these prejudices can divide a society.
Read James Luther Adams’ account of a Nazi rally in 1927 and consider what it meant to be anti-Nazi at that time.