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Arn Chorn-Pond, Cambodian genocide survivor and activist, holds his flute in a doorway, with a pile of skulls visible in the background. Cambodia, 2002
Jewish men are arrested by the SS during Kristallnacht in Baden-Baden, Germany, and forced to march through the streets to a nearby synagogue to see it destroyed.
Mass scene of Jews arriving after an arduous journey. Here they would face the selection process, which ended for many in the crematorium that can be seen in the background.
In Kassel, Germany, artist Horst Hoheisel created a “counter-memorial” marking the site where a majestic fountain built by a Jewish citizen once stood; it had been destroyed by the Nazis in 1939. See full-sized image for analysis.
Provide students with an opportunity to explore their understanding of democracy and to make meaning of current events about democracies at risk in the world today.
Crown Prince Tōgu with his father and mother strolling in Asukayama Park.
An illustration from Frank Tashlin's The Bear That Wasn't.
Facilitate discussion in your classroom around the recent attacks in Jewish, Christian, and Muslim places of worship, and explore with students how communities respond after incidents of hate.
In 1936, August Landmesser, a shipyard worker in Hamburg, Germany, refused to participate in this Heil Hitler salute.
Author of The Sunflower, Simon Wiesenthal. The novel depicts the dilemma of a Jewish man who must decide whether to forgive a Nazi patient who confesses to burning alive all the Jews in a village.
Jacob Bronowski, author, holds his book, "The Ascent of Man." Bronowski had a varied career, working in mathematics, biology, history of science, and literature.