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Focus Questions:

  1. What was the Nazi government's "Final Solution?"
  2. How did the world to Hitler's attempt to destroy European Jews?
  3. What was the history of Nazi Antisemitism during the 1930s?

Questions to think About:

  • What makes some people resist and others obey authority?
  • How was it possible for the whole world to stand by without halting the destruction?
  • How can we ensure that laws and rules are applied to everyone in the same way?
  • Where does one draw the line between obeying the law or obeying one’s conscience?
  • Under what conditions are most people likely to feel more responsible for helping others?


What word or words would you add to this wordle about the Holocaust?
What word(s) do you think are the key to understanding the Holocaust?

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Attached is a Holocaust timeline

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This short Video is a good summary of the Treatment of the Jewish population in Germany from 19933 to 1938
  • As you watch the video take notes about key events and ant-Semitic laws passed by the Third Reich



Complete the term sheet Attached:





AFTER YOU WATCH EACH OF THESE CLIPS, WRITE A BRIEF REFLECTION ON WHAT YOU LEARNED FROM EACH:
  • You may complete this in a word document and upload to your wiki

This video was a school project:

Holocaust Video (School Project) by grkitkat

The Video below was record by an American soldier who liberated one of the camps


This link is the recording of a survivor:


DBQ: The Holocaust:
  • We will complete the DBQ on pages 466 and 467 of your text.
  • I Have also attached a word document with the material here...

Nuremberg Trials:

VIdeo:



Judgement at Nuremberg: