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Holocaust Education Video Toolbox

  • The Development of the "Final Solution"

    The Development of the ”Final Solution”

    When did the “Final Solution” begin? How did it unfold, and was it planned from the outset? Dr. David Silberklang here outlines the major stages in the development of the “Final Solution”, the murder of some six million Jews in Europe.

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  • The Auschwitz Album

    The Auschwitz Album - Guidelines for Educators

    The “Auschwitz Album” is the only surviving visual footage of the process of murder at the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp. We present several points to keep in mind when teaching using this resource.

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  • The Anguish of Liberation

    Survivors' Return to Life - Part 1

    For must Holocaust survivors, the period immediately following liberation were bittersweet. The war had ended, but in almost all cases survivors were left without most or all of their families, without a home to speak of, and with a difficult, uncertain future ahead.
      

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  • The Survivors' Return to Life

    Survivors' Return to Life - Part 2

    For survivors after the war, life in the Displaced Persons (DP) camps represented their first steps forward after unimaginable suffering. We consider the pedagogical lessons to be learned from this chapter in the immediate postwar period.
      
      

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  • Teaching about the Perpetrators: A Case Study

    Teaching about the Perpetrators:
    A Case Study

    The perpetrators of the Holocaust are often seen purely as monsters, diminishing the lessons to be learned from this topic. In this video we deepen the debate over difficult questions of personal choices and morality in the face of evil, by taking a case study of one perpetrator.

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  • Teaching the Holocaust using Art

    Teaching the Holocaust using Art

    Art is an excellent tool in teaching the Holocaust. One need not be an expert to broach the field, and there is a wealth of Holocaust-related art to choose from in approaching the Holocaust from a more in-depth, emotional perspective.
      
      

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  • Teaching the Holocaust Using Photographs

    Teaching the Holocaust Using Photographs

    Photography is a major primary resource in teaching the Holocaust in our classroom. In this video, we look at some of the considerations to keep in mind when choosing and examining photographs from the Holocaust period.
       

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  • Using Holocaust Testimony in the Classroom

    Using Holocaust Testimony in the Classroom

    Face-to-face survivor testimony has brought a unique, now sadly diminishing dimension into Holocaust study in the classroom. In selecting video testimony, some important principles should be taken into consideration.
      

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  • What is the Holocaust?

    What is the Holocaust? Who were its victims? When did it occur? What were the ghettos, and why were they established?
      
      
      
      

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  • Our Educational Philosophy

    Our Educational Philosophy

    How can a vast subject like the Holocaust be taught effectively? How can we approach this often difficult, often daunting subject?

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  • Poetry in Holocaust Education

    Poetry in Holocaust Education

    How do we teach the Holocaust using interdisciplinary methods? How can poetry, art, film, and literature contribute to the study of this complex subject?

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  • Everyday Life in Warsaw Ghetto – 1941

    “Everyday Life in Warsaw Ghetto – 1941”

    The Warsaw ghetto was the largest ghetto under Nazi rule, housing at its peak as many as 450,000 Jews.

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  • The Story of Ovadia Baruch

    Testimony Film - The Story of Ovadia Baruch

    Survivor testimony, in presenting the story of the individual, stands at the core of Holocaust education.

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