The Museum provides educational resources about the Holocaust, its relevance today, and antisemitism in nearly 20 languages. These resources—many developed with our key partners—support the work of educators, students, and other audiences across the globe.
Path to Nazi Genocide
This 38-minute film is a concise overview of the Holocaust, examining the Nazis’ rise to power and raising questions about the role ordinary people, institutions, and nations. Distributed to United Nations Information Centers in over 60 countries.
Available in: English, Arabic, Persian, French, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Ukrainian, and Chinese
82 Names: Syria, Please Don’t Forget Us
This 49-minute documentary tells the story of Mansour Omari, a Syrian human rights activist who smuggled five pieces of cloth containing the names of 82 fellow prisoners out of a Syrian prison. Mansour travels to Germany and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum to learn about the Holocaust in his quest for justice for Syrians.
Available by request in: English, Arabic, German, Italian, and Persian
Downloadable Poster Sets
State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda
This exhibition illustrates the use of Nazi propaganda to win broad voter support in Germany’s young democracy after World War I, implement radical programs under the party’s dictatorship in the 1930s, and justify war and mass murder. It examines why the issue of propaganda matters and challenges citizens to actively question, analyze, and seek the truth.
Available in: Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, Hungarian, Kiswahili, Polish, Russian, Spanish, and Ukrainian
Accompanying lesson plan in: Arabic, Chinese, English, Russian, Spanish, and Ukrainian
Some Were Neighbors: Choice, Human Behavior, and the Holocaust
This exhibition examines the role of ordinary people during the Holocaust. The central role of Adolf Hitler and other Nazi leaders is indisputable, but they depended on countless others.This poster series examines the motives and pressures that influenced the choices and behaviors of individuals during the Holocaust.
Available in: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Kiswahili, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish
Accompanying lesson plan in: English
This resource contains articles designed for students covering a wide range of topics and includes photos, videos, timelines, and maps. The Encyclopedia contains content in 19 languages.
Available in: Arabic, Bahasa Indonesia, Chinese, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Persian, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Urdu, and Ukrainian
Learning Site for Students
Organized by theme, this page presents a multimedia overview of the Holocaust based on the Museum’s Permanent Exhibition, intended for middle and secondary level students and teachers.
Available in: Arabic, Bahasa Indonesian, Chinese, Greek, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Turkish, and Urdu
Voices on Antisemitism
This podcast series highlights individuals from around the world working to confront antisemitism and other forms of hatred.
Available in: English
Selected transcripts available in: Arabic, Persian, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, and Urdu