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  • Emily Grantham

    The Holocaust is an important part of history to me because it was the time that Adolf Hitler forced Jews into Concentration Camps during WW2 where they were slowly killed because of their Jewish Faith.

  • Direct Furniture

    World War II Concentration Camp photo of little children. The emotion captured in this tone on tone picture has enough color in it to convey the desperation and fear that they must have felt. Great Picture...

  • Alison Coleman

    MAY WE NEVER FORGET Jewish children in Auschwitz

  • Raquel Sá

    Auschwitz_ not being human.

  • Laura Bernardi

    The historical aspect is the Holocaust concentration camp and the persecution of Jews...the horror that children, mothers, and father had to go through was unspeakable. An estimated million children died. Sarah's Key is a story about the Jewish girl who is sent to a camp and struggles to survive.

  • Melissa Harrison

    The Holocaust was a period of genocide. The Bosnian war was a period of ethnic cleansing. Have students come up with similarities and differences among the two events. Set aside library time, so students can use books as well as the computer lab to access information.

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