- Nazi Ideology and the Holocaust
- Law, Justice, and the Holocaust
- The Holocaust
- Teaching Night
- Non-Jewish Victims
- Genocide Prevention
These activities are designed to help students learn about the Holocaust and reflect on the moral and ethical questions it raises.
Explore teacher guides on various topics or for use with our online exhibitions.
The sheer number of victims in the Holocaust challenges easy comprehension. These identification cards and personal stories reveal the individual people—children and parents, neighbors and friends—behind the statistics.
- European Antisemitism from Its Origins to the Holocaust
Prepares high school and college students for a discussion of why Jews have been targeted throughout history and how antisemitism offered fertile ground to the Nazis. (13 minutes)
- The Path to Nazi Genocide
Provides a concise overview of the Holocaust and provokes reflection and discussion about the role of ordinary people, institutions, and nations. (38 minutes)
- Defying Genocide
Chronicles the story of Damas Gisimba, an orphanage director who helped save some 400 people during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. (19 minutes)