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Voices of the Holocaust

Voices of the Holocaust This well-organized website from the British Library features actual voices of Holocaust survivors describing life before and during their imprisonment. The site also offers information on the background of the Holocaust as well as suggested activities and other teacher
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Voices of the Holocaust


This well-organized website from the British Library features actual voices of Holocaust survivors describing life before and during their imprisonment. The site also offers information on the background of the Holocaust as well as suggested activities and other teacher resources. This is an excellent resource to help students understand what to them is 'ancient' history.

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Becky Moeggenberg

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