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Consider the dilemmas and questions that were raised after the Holocaust as people tried to understand what had happened and how to move on.
Discover how the Nazis used the ghetto-camp Terezín as a propaganda tool to hide what they were really doing to the Jews of Europe.
Discover how the Nazis used the 1936 Summer Olympics as an opportunity to showcase German society to the world.
The Architecture of Doom examines Hitler's eccentric cultural ambitions for the Third Reich, and the profound influence his obsession--and personal failures--with art played in the development of the Nazi party.
Get an overview of the Nazis’ occupation of France and its advances into Western Europe during World War II.
Learn about some of the important factors that helped lead to World War I and the event that ignited the fighting.
Learn about the experiences of musicians who played in a men's camp orchestra during the Holocaust.
Learn about the experiences of Jewish women who played in a camp orchestra during the Holocaust, including renowned violinist Alma Rosé.
Gain insight into the death and destruction of World War I with firsthand accounts from former soldiers.
Learn about the use of slave labor by German companies and manufacturers during World War II.