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Make large-scale historic events like the Holocaust personal with artifacts and stories from individual human lives. [...] »

Delve into 20th-century history with Holocaust survivor and witness testimonies. [...] »

In this lesson, students will organize photographs both chronologically and conceptually in order to construct a narrative of the Holocaust. [...] »

Artifacts are unique, three-dimensional primary sources. What can they bring to students' understanding of U.S. history? [...] »

Whichever lesson you pick, make sure it meets your learning goals. [...] »

Christina Chavarria of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum describes the many resources the museum can offer TAH Grant projects. [...] »

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

The Holocaust must be remembered. This site will give your students a closer look at the atrocities of this genocide. [...] »