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Days of Remembrance

Even if you live far from DC, you can access the rich resources of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Discover primary sources, lesson plans, and advice on teaching challenging topics. FIND OUT MORE »

Learning Resources

Find primary sources on the Holocaust

Photo, Two men sitting after liberation from Lager-Norhausen. . . , 1945, NARA

Visit this website for a firsthand view into the horror of the holocaust. [...] »

Document. Essays and lectures---"The Impact of Marx,"

Do you read German? Not to worry. Select documents are available in English. [...] »

U.S. Marine 'Raiders' and their dogs. Archive.org

If you need World War II visuals, this is an excellent place to start searching. [...] »

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Teaching Resources

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Photography, Collage of Magen David Emblems, 13 Feb 2008, Flickr CC

In this lesson, students will organize photographs both chronologically and [...] »

Photo, Shrapnel & Cannonball, Jul. 14, 2008, Travis S., Flickr

Artifacts are unique, three-dimensional primary sources. What can they bring to [...] »

Photo, . . . Sachsenhausen, Germany. . . , 1938, GSA, National Archives

Commemorate the lives of the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust. [...] »

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Jewish American History

Learn about the lives of Jewish Americans

Print, First sight of New York Bay, 1877, James Wells Champney, NYPL Digital Gal

Use this essay on Jewish immigration to flesh out a unit on the Civil War or [...] »

Photograph, Bella!: Ms. Abzug Goes to Washington, 1972, Diana Mara Henry.

Learn more about American Jewish women's contributions to their communities and [...] »

Robert Morris, Geo Washington, and Haym Salomon monument, Chicago

Just before the Revolution, between 2,000 and 3,000 Jews lived in the colonies. [...] »

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