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Read James Luther Adams’ account of a Nazi rally in 1927 and consider what it meant to be anti-Nazi at that time.
Introduce students to the four brothers whose partisan unit saved Jewish lives from the forests of Belarus.
Assistant Secretary of State Breckinridge Long lays out the purpose of his strict anti-immigration policy in this 1940 memorandum.
Learn how people in the late eighteenth-century used race science, social Darwinism, and eugenics to justify their ideas about membership.
Learn about the sterilization law in Nazi Germany and other measures taken by the Nazis to ensure the purity of the Aryan race.
Learn about the life and work of Henryk Goldszmit, who was an author and radio host in Poland in the 1920s and 1930s, and consider the challenges of balancing the different aspects of one’s identity.
Explore the role of propaganda in World War I, and take a closer look at one of the most successful British propaganda campaigns featuring nurse Edith Cavell.
Consider why the residents of Hartheim kept silent about the evidence of mass murder they witnessed in their town throughout World War II (Spanish available).
Sara Fortis recollects how the partisans addressed one another and the significance of her title captain.
Melita Maschmann describes the contradictory way she viewed Jews, and particularly her Jewish classmates, while growing up in Nazi Germany.
Consider the experiences of Jewish prisoners who were forced to help German guards murder other prisoners.
Explore three stories of choices people made during World War II and consider their complexities, their impact, and what they can teach about human behavior.