The International School for Holocaust Studies
- Yesterdays and Then Tomorrows
- Our Living Legacy
- The Holocaust and the Christian World
- Years Wherein We Have Seen Evil
An anthology of historical texts and literature for class activities, trips to Poland and Holocaust commemorative ceremonies. The anthology provides both an educational and an emotional experience that aims to heighten the reader’s identification with the six million Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust. The anthology includes testimonies, readings and photographs about the Jewish shtetl; dehumanization and degradation; ghettos; concentration and extermination camps; mass graves; poetry and prayers.
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In April 2002, well-known Holocaust survivors, scholars and leading educators gathered at Yad Vashem, Jerusalem, to examine the legacy of Holocaust survivors and to ensure its transmission to future generations. The international conference opened on Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yom Hashoah, and lasted three days. This book provides excerpts from the speakers' remarks at this unique and historic conference, including among others: Elie Wiesel, Supreme Court Judge Aharon Barak, Imre Kertesz, Aharon Appelfeld, Simone Veil, Per Ahlmark and Samuel Pisar.
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This book examines the controversial role played by Christian churches during the Holocaust and their responses to the deportation and extermination of Jews. The purpose is to present a balanced approach to this complex subject, introduce the key issues and enable an open and meaningful discussion of the subject and of Christian-Jewish relations in general. The book includes a wide selection of essays by well-known scholars in the field from all over the world.
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This series focuses on the story of religious Jewry during the Holocaust within a general historical context as well as a broader Jewish context. It sheds light on the experiences and values of Orthodox Jewry – individuals as well as communities – while at the same time, meets the standards of academic historiography. Each volume in the series is devoted to a major issue or period in the history of the Shoah. The first volume explores the lives of Orthodox Jews in Germany in the 1930s and the churban (destruction) of the Orthodox Jewish community during the Second World War. The second volume examines the ghetto period. Subsequent volumes will focus on the “Final Solution” and rescue work during the Holocaust.
The unit contains:
Volume I: textbook; video or CD-ROM (45 minutes)
Volume II: textbook; video or CD-ROM (50 minutes)
Volume III: textbook
Volume IV: textbook
Textbook $30 | Video $11 | CD-ROM $11 | Airmail: $6
One unit (textbook, video or CD) $37 | Airmail: $15
Complete unit: Volumes I, II, III, IV $110 | Airmail: $35
Legacy is an annual periodical published by the International School for Holocaust Studies. It includes selections of articles that appeared in recent editions of the Hebrew Journal Bishvil Hazikaron. The periodical, targeted at graduates of Yad Vashem’s International School for Holocaust Studies, features Holocaust-related research articles aimed at encouraging discussion and debate in the classroom andacross educators’ networks.
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