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Days of Remembrance

Even if you live far from DC, you can access the rich resources of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Discover primary sources, lesson plans, and advice on teaching challenging topics. FIND OUT MORE »

Learning Resources

Find primary sources on the Holocaust

Photo, Two men sitting after liberation from Lager-Norhausen. . . , 1945, NARA

Visit this website for a firsthand view into the horror of the holocaust. [...] »

U.S. Marine 'Raiders' and their dogs. Archive.org

If you need World War II visuals, this is an excellent place to start searching. [...] »

Screenshot, Of Norman Salsitz, Life After the Holocaust site

Can you imagine starting your life over in the U.S. following the Holocaust? [...] »

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Teaching Resources

Browse strategies for teaching difficult subjects

Photo, . . . Sachsenhausen, Germany. . . , 1938, GSA, National Archives

Commemorate the lives of the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust. [...] »

Make large-scale historic events like the Holocaust personal with artifacts and [...] »

Photo, Lintel above a Torah ark from a synagogue in Nentershausen, DE...

The Holocaust must be remembered. This site will give your students a closer [...] »

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Jewish American History

Learn about the lives of Jewish Americans

Photo, Emma Goldman on a street car, 1917, Library of Congress

Meet international anarchist and women's rights activist Emma Goldman. [...] »

Dry plate negative, approx. 1920-1930, Jewish colonies and settlements, LOC

Divided into two waves of immigration by textbooks, the continuity of cultural [...] »

Poster, East Side Sadie, 1929, American Jewish Historical Society.

Explores the history of Jews in America from the 17th century to the present [...] »

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