The Holocaust: 1939-1946
This series examines one of the greatest tragedies of all time -- the Jewish holocaust. These insightful books educate children about the events surrounding the holocaust, without avoiding disturbing facts. Illustrations include photos from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
-- Supports history and social studies curriculum
-- Easy-to-understand text makes difficult subject matter accessible to children
-- Index and bibliography
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The Violation of Poland
The Ghetto Uprising
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