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Teaching About the Holocaust

offers teachers an online workshop, teaching guide, chronology, personal histories, lessons, and other publications for teaching about the Holocaust. Online learning activities and resources are provided for students, families, and adults. The Museum provides conferences and workshops in Washington, D.C., and across the U.S. (Holocaust Memorial Museum)

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Interesting Fact:

While many were indifferent, thousands of Europeans risked their lives to help Jews. Agnes Mandl Adachi was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1918. One night, she and three men jumped in the freezing Danube River and saved 50 people.
Candles mark the railway tracks leading to the Auschwitz camp. January 27, 2005.

Auschwitz

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