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Agnes Tennenbaum Holocaust Library Collection: Resources for Educators

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  1. Children and the Holocaust
  2. Document-Based Activities on the Holocaust, Michael Koren
  3. Echoes and Reflections: Multimedia Curriculum
  4. Echoes and Reflections: Multimedia Curriculum
  5. Everyday Life in the Warsaw Ghetto -1941
  6. Facing History and Ourselves , Margot Stern Strom
  7. Footprints
  8. Four Stories of Hiding and Rescue
  9. Guide for Holocaust Educators in State of Alabama
  10. Hitler's Courts: Betrayal of the Rule of Law, B. Dotan; R. Citron
  11. Holocaust and Education
  12. Holocaust Responsa in the Kovno Ghetto, Ephraim Kaye
  13. Holocaust, Elizabeth Ten Dyke
  14. Holocaust: Teaching Guide for Catholic Schools, Daniel C. Napolitano
  15. Liberation: Holocaust Literature-A Teaching Unit
  16. Making Sense of the Holocaust, Simone Schweber
  17. Nicholas Winton, The Power cif Good
  18. November Pogrom: Kristallnacht, 1938-88, Susan Rachlin
  19. One Clip at a Time: Teaching Kit for Fifth Grade
  20. One Survivor Remembers
  21. Shadow of Hate: A History of Intolerance in America
  22. Stand Up, Speak Out, Lend a Hand
  23. Teaching about the Holocaust through Drama, Janet E. Rubin
  24. Teaching about the Holocaust
  25. Teaching and Studying the Holocaust, S. Totten, S. Feinberg
  26. Teaching Holocaust: Educational Dimensions, Ian Davies
  27. Teaching the Holocaust in Cathoic Schools, Kathleen McSharry
  28. Understanding the Holocaust, Betty Merti
  29. Why Should We Teach about the Holocaust?, Ambrosewicz-Jacobs
  30. Women & the Holocaust: Courage & Compassion
  31. World of Anne Frank, Betty Merti