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By examining news coverage around three key events related to the early warning signs of the Holocaust, students will learn that information about...

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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Through an examination of the Wagner-Rogers Bill of 1939, students consider how Americans debated the country’s role as a haven for refugees during...

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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Standards aligned
In this lesson, students will identify multiple economic, social, and geopolitical factors that influenced Americans’ attitudes about the United...
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During the years immediately after World War II, Canadian journalist Herbert Steinhouse wrote an article, complete with photographs, about Oskar...
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  • MS, HS
Educators, students, and other citizen historians across America are helping the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum discover how their local...
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Common Core
This lesson focuses on the history of antisemitism and its role in the Holocaust to better understand how prejudice and hate speech can contribute to...
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This is a Teacher's Guide to Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story by Ken Mochizuki. Passage to Freedom is based on Hiroki Sugihara’s own words and...
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New York DOE
Hank Fellows is an ASCAP Award-winning songwriter whose patriotic and inspirational songs have been performed across America. In 2006, Hank wrote his...
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • High School
One of the most powerful ways to teach about the Holocaust is to bring the voices of survivors to your students. Precisely because they portray...
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  • Multiple Subjects
  • MS, HS
Teaching about the Holocaust to middle or high school students can be a daunting task. How should you approach it? Where should you start? The United...