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Investigate the four fundamental freedoms that Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt proposed as the foundation of a civilized, moral world.
Discover how the Nazis used the 1936 Summer Olympics as an opportunity to showcase German society to the world.
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.
Gain insight into the death and destruction of World War I with firsthand accounts from former soldiers.
Learn how the Germans tried to hide evidence of their mass murder toward the end of World War II by evacuating prisoners from camps.
Consider why some world leaders responded with disbelief to testimonies of the mass killings the Nazis were carrying out in Europe during World War II.
Learn about the conference called by FDR in 1938 to discuss the growing Jewish refugee crisis.
Learn about the international tribunal that tried and sentenced German leaders at the end of World War II.
Read W.E.B. Du Bois' petition to the United Nations to recognize racial inequality in the United States as a human rights issue.
Get insight on the ability and limits of propaganda to influence the beliefs, feelings, and actions of those exposed to it.