Saturday, 21 April 2018

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Dismantling the Big Lie: The Protocols of the Elders of Zion / by Steven L. Jacobs and Mark Weitzman. Preface by Abraham Cooper. Simon Wiesenthal Center, Los Angeles, Ca. in association with KTAV Publishing House Inc., Jersey City, N.J. 2003. xiv, 232 p. ISBN 0-88125-785-0. 

The Holocaust: Frequently Asked Questions cover

The Holocaust: Frequently Asked Questions / Edited by Avraham and Robert Rozett. Yad Vashem in association with The Knesset – The Israeli Parliamentary Association for Holocaust Remembrance and Aid to Survivors. Jerusalem. 2005. 44 p. ISBN 965-308-253-1.

The Holocaust and the UN Outreach Programme: Discussion Papers Journal, Volume I and II.
United Nations. New York. 2009.
Also available in Spanish.

Into the Arms of Strangers - Book coverInto the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport; The British Scheme that saved 10,000 Children from the Nazi Regime /
Mark Jonathan Harris and Deborah Oppenheimer, Preface by Lord Richard Attenborough, Introduction by David Cesarani. Bloomsbury. London. 2000. xiii, 292 p. ISBN 0-7475-5092-1.

A Study Guide Based on the Film "Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport" /
Written by Scott Chamberlin and Gretchen Skidmore. Warner Home Video. 2001. 36 p.

Study Guide "The Last Flight of Petr Ginz"

Online version:
French online version:

The Flight of Petr GinzThe Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme, in partnership with The International School for Holocaust Studies at Yad Vashem, The Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority and The Documentary Film Program at Wake Forest University, has produced this study guide for middle and high school students to accompany the film The Last Flight of Petr Ginz. The film is a production of The Documentary Film Program at Wake Forest University and The Documentary Institute at The University of Florida, and tells the story of a young Jewish boy from Prague who loved to write and draw.
This study guide attempts to open a window into Petr’s life through his creativity. His imagination was his only escape from the Nazis – it transported him to Prague, outer space, and other far away places beyond the confines of Terezin, where he was imprisoned. Petr’s writings and artwork can give us insight into the experience of one Jewish boy and how he dealt with the circumstances he found himself in during World War II. Through Petr's story, we might begin to understand something about the history and human that was the Holocaust.

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