Holocaust Studies

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Title Author Date Description
#1: History Varied Varied A folder containing various newspaper clippings about the Holocaust in more recent news.
#2: Anne Frank Information Varied Varied A folder containing newspaper articles and documents from the Anne Frank Center about Anne Frank and the people around her.
#4: Resistance and Conflict Resolution Varied Varied A folder containing articles about conscientous resistance to government and ways for peaceful resolution of conflicts.
#5: Cultural and Creative Activities Varied Varied Articles and reviews on various plays, books, and movies/TV specials about Holocaust-related subjects.
#6: Critical Thinking Varied Varied A collection of quotations meant to inspire critical thinking about the Holocaust.
#7: Geography Varied Varied An index to geographical places mentioned in "The Diary of Anne Frank", and a current map of Europe which is somewhat unhelpful for finding locations which predate it by 40-50 years.
#8: Bibliography Varied Varied Several lists of bibliographies for Holocaust-related material.
Anne Frank in the World Anne Frank Foundation 1985 The story of Anne Frank, told in context of the world she lived in. Illustrated.
Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Perfection Form Company 1978 A collection of packets and tests to accompany the teaching of the Diary of Anne Frank.
Anne Frank's Tales from the Secret Annex Anne Frank Foundation 1983 A collection of short stories, fables, and essays written by Anne Frank, mostly during the period when she was in hiding.
Bulletin: Vol.7,#1 Center for Holocaust Studies, UVM 2002 Articles and book reviews about the Holocaust.
Cigarette Sellers Joseph Ziemian 1975 The story of a group of Jewish youth struggling to survive in war-torn Warsaw.
Dry Tears: The Story of a Lost Childhood Nechama Tec 1982 The author, a Jew, tells of having to take shelter with a family of Polish Christians during the Holocaust.
Education for Annihilation William H. Boyer 1972 An examination of the effects of a militaristic outlook on today's society; the author explains the existense of a "military-industrial-educational complex." (2 copies).
End of Innocence: Anne Frank and the Holocaust Karen Shawn 1994 A teacher's manual for five lessons, using excerpts from Anne Frank's diary to teach the Holocaust.
Facing History and Ourselves News FHAO 1989 A newsletter from FHAO, detailing their progress in teaching students about the Holocaust and racism in general.
Fifty Years Ago: Revolt Amid the Darkness US Holocaust Memorial Council 1993 A collection of four lessons on 1943 events in WWII and the Holocaust.
Holocaust George Lee 1998 A teacher's guide with reproducible activities and worksheets for grades 5-8.
Holocaust Memorial Varied Varied This folder contains two issues of "Social Education: The Holocaust" and some assorted materials from the US Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Holocaust/Info & Resources Varied Varied This folder contains a copy of "The Record" (see below), a catalog of Holocaust materials, and a copy of a painting by Jerzy Skapski.
Holocaust: Catalog of Publications and Audio-Visual Materials International Center for Holocaust Studies, ADL 1986 Exactly as the title indicates, this is a collection of synopses on various published works on the Holocaust.
Holocaust: Introductory Essays David Scrase and Wolfgang Mieder, ed. 1996 A collection of essays on a wide variety of Holocaust-related subjects.
I am a Star Inge Auerbacher 1986 The recollections of Inge Auerbacher, one of few children to survive the Theresienstadt (Terezin) ghetto.
In the Depths of Darkness US Holocaust Memorial Council 1992 A report on a conference held in '92 in Washington, D.C. A lot of general Holocaust info, but notable for the inclusion of the full minutes of the Wannsee Conference, at which the Final Solution was decided upon.
Lily Cupboard: A Story of the Holocaust Shulamith Levey Oppenheim 1992 A beautifully illustrated story about one young Jewish girl's experience in Nazi-occupied Holland.
Memories of the Night: A Study of the Holocaust Meinbach, Anita, and Miram Kassenhoff 1994 A study of the Holocaust, written primarily to educate teachers so that they in turn will have a better understanding when teaching the subject to students. Recommended reading for classes is included.
Nazi Movement in the US: 1924-1941 Sander Diamond 1974 A chronological history of the German-American Bund and examines the many causes for its ignominious collapse at the end of the '30s.
Night People: A Story of the Holocaust Beth Dutton 1995 The account of Chaim Lebel, a Jew who successfully hid in Poland for three years during the Holocaust until Poland was liberated by the Russians.
Record: The Holocaust in History Pub. by the Anti-Defamation League 1985 A series of informative articles set up in the pattern of a newspaper.
Revolt Amid the Darkness US Holocaust Memorial Council 1993 A report on a conference held in '92 in Washington, D.C. A lot of general Holocaust info for the year 1943, but its primary focus is on the beginning of serious resistance movements.
Short Life of Sophie Scholl Hermann Vinke 1984 A biography of Sophie Scholl with excerpts from her diary and personal correspondence.
Smoke and Ashes Barbara Rogatsky 1988 A recounting of the Holocaust, from its roots to the fates of its principal perpetrators.
The Spirit That Moves Us: Vol I Petovello, Laura R. 1994/1998 A literature-based resource guide for teaching about diversity, prejudice, human rights, and the Holocaust.Places emphasis on the borader issues of identity and prejudice and is relevant to almost any curriculum that is concerned with diverrsity.Each chapter contains lesson plans based on fictional or autobiographical children's books appropriate for kindergarten through fourth grade.
Spirit that Moves Us: Vol. II Quenk, Rachel 1997 A literature-based resource guide for teaching about diversity, prejudice, human rights, and the Holocaust.Places emphasis on the borader issues of identity and prejudice and is relevant to almost any curriculum that is concerned with diverrsity.Each chapter contains lesson plans based on fictional or autobiographical children's books appropriate for grades five through eight.
Spirit that Moves Us: Vol. III Stillman, Lorry 2001 A guide to using various fiction/nonfiction books to teach the Holocaust at the secondary and college level.
Survey of Information on WWII Unknown Unknown A quiz for students to test their knowledge of WWII, though some of its information is inaccurate.
Untitled Anne Frank House Unknown A brochure from the Anne Frank House describing its mission and activities.
White Rose Inge Scholl 1983 The story of Hans and Sophie Scholl, who distributed many hundreds of leaflets in Munich in 1942-3; includes text of the leaflets.