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The Elderly Jewish person's
Use the following resources to answer the
questions towards the bottom of the page. Keep in mind that you are an
elderly Jewish person in Europe during World War II when you are answering the
questions. Answer them as this person would answer them.
Sino-Judaic Institute -- Jewish People in Tianjin
- Jewish People in Tianjin By Anna Song. It was not just with WWII
when Jewish people first lived in Tianjin. There were 3 surges
of Jews in its history. ...
for Polish Jews During WWII
- Before World War Two three million, three hundred thousand Jewish people
lived in Poland, ten percent of the general population of thirty-three
Shoah survivors, Israel terror attacks replay WWII trauma ( ...
- ... For Shoah survivors, Israel terror attacks replay WWII
trauma. ... She said each bombing brings back "vividly horrid
memories of when the Jewish people were being ...
of little-known WWII Jewish Brigade brought to the screen ( ...
- Story of little-known WWII Jewish Brigade brought to the ...
can find the funds and the people to tell ... incomplete film,
"A Fighting Chance: The Jewish Brigade in ...
results from www.jewishsf.com]
Propaganda Essay - by Paula Burgner
- My opinion on the propaganda battle waged during WWII is that for
the common ... of which continues to this day to persecute black and Jewish
people, striving to ...
of Bulgarian Jews During WW II
- ... Weiss Liberles. The Balkan Jewish Communities:
Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey, University Press of America, 1984.
documents WWII Jewish-American WACs
- Film documents WWII Jewish-American WACs. ... women
[depicted in the film], I was never particularly proud to be Jewish,"
she said ... They were people I could look up to ...
Rachamim – Feeding Russian Jews And More . . . In Their ...
- ... of the Soviet Union, when a Jewish man from Krakow,
Poland, and some of his friends contemplated the enormity of the destruction
of the Jewish people in WWII. ...
Daily: Racial Honesty
- ... Slavery And Genocide What is the difference between slavery in
America and Germany's treatment of Jewish people during WWII?
Amin al-Husseini collaborated with Nazis during WWII. Since ...
- ... Amin al-Husseini collaborated with Nazis during WWII. ...
remark is that the Palestinian people must pay ... strict
limitation on European Jewish immigration (based on ...
survivor shares WWII experiances in Shanghai - Monday ...
- ... Holocaust survivor shares WWII experiances in Shanghai. ...
to most Europeans, Shanghai would become one of the only countries to give
the Jewish people a happy ...
Release--December 5, 2000
- ... According to MOFA's records, our government adopted a generous
policy toward the Jewish people during WWII while many
other countries refused to provide ...
on Continuing Problems With Vatican and WWII Records* ...
- ... these issues remain unresolved, the greater the potential for
distorting and disfiguring the constructive relations built up between the Jewish
people and the ...
Activities - WWII, the Holocaust, and Eichmann
- WWII, the Holocaust, and Eichmann. ... According to Eichmann,
it was he who coined the term "Final Solution" to mean the
annihilation of the Jewish people. ...
- ... Friends: We all know that our movement of preserve the WWII
history in ... received an article ""Lost" Jews of
Kaifeng" discussing how the Jewish people resided in ...
Answer the following questions:
1. What is your name? Find
the name of a jewish person with whom you can identify yourself.
2. What country were you living
in before you were forced to move by the Germans?
3. What exactly happened
initially to your family when the Germans occupied the area you lived in?
4. Were you able to find
refuge? Were you able to escape before the Nazis had a chance to take you
and your family to a concentration camp?
5. What was a concentration
camp? What kind of things happened there?
6. What were people led to
believe in the beginning about concentration camps?
7. Why were Jews so hated by the
8. How does the treatment of
Jews by the Nazis compare or contrast to slavery?
9. Who was Schindler? What
did he do for the Jewish people?
10. Why didn't the U.S. help the
Jewish people more than they did? In what ways did they help?
11. What does the term holocaust
mean, literally? Define Genocide.
12. How are Jewish people
treated today, especially in the United States?
For a better clarification of how
the Jewish people, along with gypsies and homosexuals were treated in Nazi
German, take a hard look at the techniques for extermination at Auschwitz-- http://www.wsg-hist.uni-linz.ac.at/auschwitz/html/AusGliederung.html
Step 3: Draw out a timeline of events during
1939-1945 that directly involved the United States in some way. You will
need this timeline for future activities. Include as many major events
that you can find in the resources above. The following links will take
you to easy to follow outlines of World War II.
World War II Home
WWII Chronology-- http://www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk/2WW.htm
Step 4: Click on the following link and read the
letter written by someone else who was directly involved with the war, yet in
different ways. As a US soldier with the above information in mind, write
a 1-2 page response to the letter. Check the evaluation rubric as to how
you will be graded on your response.
Step 5: Click on the following link, which will
take you to the group activities. Keep all of your notes from this page.
You will need them for the group activities.