Especially in the early years of the Third Reich, political prisoners were a significant portion of the concentration camp inmates. Resistance may also be thought of as willful disobedience, such as continuing to practice religious and cultural traditions in defiance of the rules or creating art, music, and poetry inside ghettos and concentration camps. A Picture Book of Anne Frank. Additionally, they will help teachers who have a limited amount of time to teach this important subject. Horst Biesold estimates that approximately 16,000 deaf people were among the 375,000 forcibly sterilized people with disabilities.
They Risked Their Lives: Rescuers in the Holocaust. By the latter part of the decade of the Thirties church officials were well aware that the ultimate aim of Hitler and other Nazis was the total elimination of Catholicism and of the Christian religion. It also includes an estimated 225,000 civilian victims of the 1944 Warsaw uprising, more than 50,000 civilians who died during the 1939 invasion and siege of Warsaw, and a relatively small but unknown number of civilians killed during the Allies' military campaign of 1944—45 to liberate Poland. Allow students to illustrate their work by using the drawing and painting features of the software. Further information about the Nazi treatment of the Jehovah's Witnesses. Van der Rol, Ruud, and Rian Verhoeven. Teaching the Holocaust can be daunting.
Teaching about the Holocaust can inspire students to think critically about the past and their own roles and responsibilities today. . From A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust. This collection of commonly asked questions was developed with educators in mind. Avoid Romanticizing History Contextualize the History Events of the Holocaust, and particularly how individuals and organizations behaved at that time, should be placed in historical context.
From A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; Yad Vashem. Shoah Resource Center, The International School for Holocaust Studies. Web Links Anne Frank Online This definitive site focuses on Anne Frank and her world-famous diary. Today, her diary and people who knew her survive to tell her story. The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust.
Atatürk in the Nazi Imagination. Other references: Christopher Hodapp, Freemasons for Dummies, 2005; Raul Hilberg, The Destruction of the European Jews, 2003; Martin Gilbert, Atlas of the Holocaust, 1993; Israel Gutman, Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, 1995. A State of Terror: Germany 1933—1939. During the Holocaust, it also encompassed partisan activity; the smuggling of messages, food, and weapons; sabotage; and actual military engagement. Strongly encourage your students to investigate carefully the origin and authorship of all material, particularly anything found on the internet. At that time, students had the opportunity to ask Miep questions about Anne Frank, her family, and the other people in hiding.
Batsford Ltd; London; 1970; p. Photos, text, and other resources provide a full exploration of the Holocaust. A time line can be as traditional in format as a listing of events, or it can be represented through a chart, photographs, or objects. The Holocaust Ring This continually growing site is made up of a list of links contributed by people around the world. Persecution and Resistance of Jehovah's Witnesses During the Nazi-Regime 1933—1945.
Invite other subject area teachers such as the art teacher to participate in expanding this activity. Downs, Books That Changed the World Signet Classic, 2004 , p. Now your students can read a Kids Publish Students research and write about a Holocaust survivor or rescuer and explain why the individual they selected is courageous. The aim is not the arrival at a certain line but the annihilation of living forces. It is also a vitally important one. There is evidence as early as 1919 that Hitler had a strong hatred of Jews. It will help you address student questions about historical content.
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust Yitzhok Brauner 1887-1944 , Self-Portrait. Time lines Through a time line of Hanneli's life, readers discover how, like the Frank family, the members of Hanneli's family were also Holocaust victims. A criminal code relating to homosexuality was amended and made harsher. Anne Frank: Beyond the Diary. These resources were created for middle and high school students. Camera of My Family: Four Generations in Germany, 1845 — 1945.