Holocaust Teacher Resource Center

HOLOCAUST TEACHER RESOURCE CENTER
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Conclusion & References

Conclusion

A study of the Holocaust can be effectively integrated into any number of subject areas. Sample curricula and lesson plans, currently in use around the country, have been collected by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and are available for reference purposes. For further information on the range of materials available, and how to acquire copies of these materials for your own use in developing or enhancing study units on the Holocaust, please contact the Education Department, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW, Washington, DC 20024; telephone: (202) 488-0400.


References

Oliner, Pearl M. and Samuel P. Oliner. “Righteous People in the Holocaust.” Genocide: A Critical Bibliographic Review. Edited by Israel Charny. London and New York: Mansell Publishing and Facts on File, respectively, 1991.

Totten, Samuel. “The Personal Face of Genocide: Words of Witnesses in the Classroom.” Special Issue of the Social Science Record (“Genocide: Issues, Approaches, Resources”) 24, 2 (1987): 63-67.