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Resources on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust

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These Museum resources highlight aspects of Holocaust history as it relates to the choices and actions of religious communities. They may be of particular interest to university and seminary faculty, as well as community and religious groups. These resources provide deeper knowledge of the role religious communities played in the Holocaust and the ways in which religious communities have addressed this history since the end of the Holocaust.

The German Churches and Other Religious Communities in Nazi Germany

Holocaust Encyclopedia

Library Bibliographies

Past Museum Programs

Religious Communities across Europe & North America During the Holocaust

Experiencing History (Primary Sources in Context)

Holocaust Encyclopedia

Past Museum Programs

Coming to Terms with the Past: How People of Faith Have Addressed the Legacy of Antisemitism and the Holocaust

Holocaust Encyclopedia

Library Bibliographies

Tools for Classrooms and Communities

Past Museum Programs

Jewish Religious Life

Experiencing History (Primary Sources in Context)

Holocaust Encyclopedia

Past Museum Programs

External Resources 

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The Programs on Ethics, Religion, and the Holocaust are supported by the Hoffberger Family Foundationand by Joseph A. and Janeal Cannon and Family.