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Holocaust Information and Resources for Students RULE

  • Background Information on the Holocaust
    What exactly was "The Holocaust?" Here's some background information that every researcher will need to know.

  • What happened to the Children?
    How did any child survive the Holocaust? One way that some survived was in hiding. Even today, no one knows how many Jewish children were hidden during the war. The one most people know is Anne Frank. But there were many others, perhaps as many as 100,000, who lived their own nightmares.

  • The Nazi Anti-Jewish Laws
    The Holocaust didn't start with the "Final Solution" in 1945. Hitler and the Nazis started with what seemed like harmless rules. This brief timeline outlines the Nazi anti-Jewish laws which began during the 1930's.

  • Color ID Badges in the Concentration Camps
    What is the significance of that Yellow Star that can be seen in many Holocaust-era photographs? Here are color photos of actual badges worn by prisoners in the concentration camps.

  • A Holocaust Timeline
    A brief timeline of World War II. This is a perfect resource for background information for research papers, oral presentations and book reports.

  • A Holocaust Glossary
    A listing of words, terms and phrases that are associated with the study of the Holocaust. This will help every student as they begin their research about this horrible time in history.

  • Holocaust Reading List
    This is a list of books - both fiction and nonfiction - that try to shed some light on the Holocaust and what it meant to those who lived then.

  • The History of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
    A short background of what happened when the Jews of the Warsaw Ghetto decided to fight back.

  • Frequently Asked Questions About the Holocaust
    The Holocaust, one of the most horrifying moments in world history, presents more questions than answers to those who study it. Here are some frequently asked questions, answered by our experts.

  • Stories of Survival: Told By the Survivors Themselves.
    Here are some first-person testimonies: stories of children who survived the Holocaust, told by those very same children, now grown up with families of their own.

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ADL experts discuss why Israel is not an apartheid state with information on how to advocate for the democratic nation.
   Curriculum Connections
Anti-bias lesson plans for K-12 educators
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Recommended anti-bias and multicultural books for children grades PreK-6
   The Question Corner
Anti-Bias FAQs for early childhood professionals and family members
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A Multimedia Curriculum on the Holocaust
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