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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).
Mass media was used for the first time in history during WWII to influence the hearts and minds of both Germans and Americans.
This documentary is about the liberation of the concentration camps at the end of WWII. It includes interviews with liberators and survivors, and photographs taken at the time of liberation.
Consider what it was like to grow up as an outsider in Nazi Germany with these firsthand accounts from a Jehovah's Witness and a Jew.
This documentary chronicles Yuri Kochiyama, a Japanese American woman who has a history of activism on a wide range of issues, and her contribution to social change.
Consider what German citizens thought of Hitler's plan to colonize Poland through these reflections from a member of the League of German Girls and two German soldiers (Spanish available).
Learn about the racial tensions in Memphis in the 1960s when Booker T. and the M.G.'s wrote “Green Onions.”