The Holocaust: A History of Courage and Resistance

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Behrman House, Inc, 1995 - History - 197 pages
Classroom tool for teaching the Holocaust in the intermediate grades. its purpose is not to Horrify the young but neither does it explain away the reality of what happened - the destruction of the six million and the ways they responded.
 

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Contents

Before the Beginning
3
The Right to Live
21
The Judenrat Government
37
The Rabbi Leaders
47
The Warsaw Ghetto
55
Mordechai Anielewicz
65
A Leader in the Underground
73
Janusz Korczak
81
Theresienstadt
115
Passover in a Concentration Camp
125
Danish Rescue
133
The Righteous Gentiles
141
The Lady with the Stamps
149
Rescue from the Sky
157
Youth Aliyah and Aliyah Bet
167
Hunted and Hunters
177

The Doctor Warriors
89
Women Fighters
95
The Underground Press
105
The Nuremberg Trial
185
Bibliography and Citations
193
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