This indicator is intended to encourage inquiry into the relationship between World War II and interwar foreign policies, global business cycles, the rise of totalitarian regimes, and postwar alliances. This indicator was also developed to promote inq...

Grade(s): 10

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2019

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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 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 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...