History in the First Person: Lessons from the Holocaust

Take your study of the Holocaust and World War II to individuals who survived both. Interact with Holocaust survivors from WWII. Learn what it was like to live in fear and danger both before and during the war and live with hope and opportunity after being liberated. Find curricular resources by clicking the Educational Material tab.

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History in the First Person: Lessons from the Holocaust

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am