A Documentary History Of The Holocaust

The Holocaust--the systematic persecution and murder of six million Jews and other victims by the Nazis during World War II--was a watershed event in modern history. This series examines the historical, political, and social backdrop that allowed the Holocaust to happen and the forces that sought to resist its horror, looking at its perpetrators, victims, bystanders, rescuers, and survivors. With accuracy and sensitivity, the books explore essential topics including the rise of Nazi dictatorship, the persecution of the Jews, the establishment of ghettos and concentration camps, Jewish and non-Jewish resistance, and postwar trials. • Fulfills Common Core literacy skills and develops students' sense of civic responsibility • Includes documentary evidence and survivor testimony • Presents the complex history of the Holocaust on a developmentally appropriate level

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A Documentary History Of The Holocaust (8 titles)
Elie Wiesel: Speaking Out Against Genocide
Jewish Resistance Against The Holocaust
Kristallnacht And Living In Nazi Germany
Nazi Architects Of The Holocaust
Nazi Concentration Camps: A Policy Of Genocide
Righteous Gentiles: Non-Jews Who Fought Against Genocide
The Nuremberg Trials
The Warsaw Ghetto And Uprising
Interest Level Grade 7 - Grade 12
Reading Level Grade 7
Dewey 341.6-940.53
ATOS Reading Level
Guided Reading Level Z
Language English
Publisher Rosen Publishing
Format Library bound
ISBN 9781477776131
Copyright 2015
Number of Pages 80
Dimensions 6.5 x 9.125