A. Holocaust Overview

There are seven overview sections. Each provides a short summary of a topic related to the Holocaust. Teachers can summarize these mini-lectures for their students or share them with more able readers. The overviews are intended to supplement the information in students' textbooks on each topic and provide a background for teaching the lessons that follow each overview. A Holocaust timeline and glossary are also included.

The Holocaust Forum was a collaboration between the South Carolina Council on the Holocaust, ETV, and the South Carolina Department of Education.

 

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Holocaust Glossary | Holocaust Forum
Holocaust Glossary | Holocaust Forum

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Learn key terms from the Holocaust. Anti-Semitism. Acts or feelings against Jews; takes the form of prejudice, dislike, fear, discrimination, and persecution. Aryan. A term used by the Nazis to mean a...
Overview II: Hitler's Rise | Holocaust
Overview II: Hitler's Rise | Holocaust

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In general the art of all great popular leaders at all times consists in not scattering the attention of a people but rather in concentrating it always on one single opponent. —from Mein Kampf by...
Overview III: Prewar Nazi Germany | Holocaust
Overview III: Prewar Nazi Germany | Holocaust

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"I felt like this can't be happening. Why would it be happening? People acted worse than animals, and it was people I knew. What happens to people to bring something like this on?"—Trude Heller...
Overview IV: The Holocaust
Overview IV: The Holocaust

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"One day we heard someting that was very disturbing to all of us. We heard for the first time about Auschwitz in Poland. That's where the killing was done. That we would be sent there, and that we...
Overview V: Resisters | Holocaust
Overview V: Resisters | Holocaust

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"You had to keep it in your mind: 'I'm going to live. I'm going to survive.' If you lost the will, that was it. You had to have a strong will to survive." —Pincus Kolender, Charleston, Advice on How...
Overview VI: Bystanders and Rescuers | Holocaust
Overview VI: Bystanders and Rescuers | Holocaust

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"No one had any compassion or any kind of a nice word to say to us. There was no one to say, 'It's going to get better,' or, 'Don't worry.' At no time had you the luxury of hearing anything like that...

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South Carolina Council on the Holocaust

South Carolina Council on the Holocaust

South Carolina Council on the Holocaust - The South Carolina Council on the Holocaust was established to develop an educational program to prevent future atrocities similar to the systematic program...