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Consider how Jews living in the ghettos got information about the outside world, and how much they knew about the mass murders occurring across Europe.
Consider what people around the world knew about the mass murder occurring during World War II, and the role of journalism in the spread of information.
Explore the impact and lasting legacy of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Consider the significance of the public burning of books deemed in Nazi Germany in 1933 (Spanish available).
Learn how Eleanor Roosevelt came to join the United Nations delegation from the United States.
Read Winston Churchill's reflections on the casualties and horrors of World War I.
Investigate a primary source text that outlines the Nazis' vision for women in German society.
Learn what defined the “new woman” in Weimar Germany and read about society's resistance to women’s changing roles in politics and the workforce.
Consider how the Nazis leveraged Hitler’s public image in their pursuit to transform German society according to Nazi ideology.
Consider how leaders like FDR, clergy members, and ordinary people around the world responded to the news of Kristallnacht (Spanish available).