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NMFHRP Holocaust Teaching Trunks

Contents of the Trunks

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 Contents—NMFHRP Holocaust Teaching Trunk #1 (Middle School)

 

BOOKS 

 
Adler, David—We Remember the Holocaust (Autobiography collection, with pictures)

Auerbacher, Inge—I Am a Star (Autobiography/diary)

**Fenelon, Fania—The Musicians of Auschwitz (Biography)

Frank, Anne—The Diary of a Young Girl (Autobiography/diary)

**Gilbert, Martin—The Final Journey (Fate of Jews in Nazi Europe—pictorial)

Justman, Stewart—Holocaust for Beginners (Historical reference, with graphics)

Route 66 Publishing, Ltd—Auschwitz, 1940-1945 (Historical reference)

**US Holocaust Memorial MuseumHistorical Atlas of the Holocaust (Geography reference)

Yolen, Jane—The Devil’s Arithmetic (Fiction)

 

PAMPHLETS

 

US Holocaust Memorial Museum

            A Brief Lesson in History—An Introduction to the Holocaust for Young Readers

            Anatomy of a Ghetto (Ghetto life during the Holocaust)

Holocaust Resource Center & Archives, Queensborough Community College

            To Save One Life—The Story of Righteous Gentiles (English and Spanish)

            Where Have All the Children Gone?  (Jewish refugee children during Holocaust)

 

MISC. PRINTED MATTER

           

Jewish Foundation for the Righteous (Program—Holocaust rescuer biographies #1)

 

CD-ROMs

 

Imperial War Museum, London—Reflections (video/audio)

NMFHRP—Holocaust Research Guide

 

VIDEOS

 

**Cronkite, Walter, Narrator—“Holocaust:  In Memory of Millions”

Terr, Jim—We Were There—“Seven Survivors of the Holocaust” (New Mexico survivors)

Worldwide Pictures—“The Hiding Place” (Rescuer Corrie Ten Boom)

 

LESSON PLANS

 

A Holocaust Monument (Lesson plans, grades 3-12)

Mapping Survivor Stories (Holocaust lesson plan, grades 6-12)

People Are People (Multicultural unit plan, grades 6-8)

 

**From the Arthur Cohen Library at the New Mexico Foundation for Human Rights Projects

 

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Contents—NMFHRP Holocaust Teaching Trunk #2 (Middle School)

 

BOOKS

 

Buchignani, Walter—Tell No One Who You Are (Biography)

Frank, Anne—The Diary of a Young Girl (Autobiography/diary)

**Gabel, Dina—Behind the Ice Curtain (Autobiography/diary)

**Gilbert, Martin—NeverAgain:  A History of the Holocaust (Historical/pictorial reference)

Greenfeld, Howard—After the Holocaust (Biographies—survivors)

Richter, Hans Peter—Friedrich (Fiction)

Rossel, Seymour—The Holocaust:  The World and the Jews, 1933-1945 (Historical/

            pictorial reference)

Route 66 Publishing, Ltd—Auschwitz, 1940-1945 (Historical reference)

**US Holocaust Memorial MuseumHistorical Atlas of the Holocaust (Geography reference)

 

PAMPHLETS

 

US Holocaust Memorial Museum

            A Brief Lesson in History—An Introduction to the Holocaust for Young Readers

            Anatomy of a Ghetto (Ghetto life during the Holocaust)

Holocaust Resource Center & Archives, Queensborough Community College

            To Save One Life—The Story of Righteous Gentiles (English and Spanish)

            Where Have All the Children Gone?  (Jewish refugee children during Holocaust)

 

MISC. PRINTED MATTER

           

Jewish Foundation for the Righteous (Program—Holocaust rescuer biographies #2)

 

CD-ROMs

NMFHRP—Holocaust Research Guide

Spielberg, Steven—Survivors:  Testimonies of the Holocaust

 

VIDEOS

 

** “French Children of the Holocaust”

Terr, Jim—We Were There—“Seven Survivors of the Holocaust” (New Mexico survivors)

US Holocaust Memorial Museum—“Daniel’s Story”

 

LESSON PLANS

 

Class Memorial (Holocaust lesson plan, grades 6-12)

Diaries and Memories (Holocaust lesson plans, grades 6-12)

Rights Around the World (Lesson plan, grades 6-8)

  

**From the Arthur Cohen Library at the New Mexico Foundation for Human Rights Projects

 

 

 

Contents—NMFHRP Holocaust Teaching Trunk #3 (High School)

  

BOOKS

 

**Grunfeld, Frederic—The Hitler File (Germany/Nazis/Historical reference)

**Hilberg, Raul, et., al., Editors—The Warsaw Diary of Adam Czerniakow (Biography)

Klein, Gerda Weismann—All But My Life (Autobiography)

Leitner, Isabella—Fragments of Isabella (Autobiography)

**Levy, Alan—The Wiesenthal File (Nazi hunter—biography)

McDougal Littell—A Historical Reader:  The Holocaust (Anthology)

Neville, Peter—The Holocaust (Historical reference/text)

**Perechodnik, Calel—Am I a Murderer?  Testament of a Jewish Ghetto Policeman

            (Autobiography)

Rabinovici, Schoschana—Thanks to My Mother (Autobiography—survivor of Vilnius ghetto)

Route 66 Publishing, Ltd—Auschwitz, 1940-1945 (Historical reference)

Spiegelman, Art—Maus, Volumes 1 & 2  (Graphic biography—Auschwitz survivor)

**The Stroop Report (Original documents—Warsaw ghetto)

 

PAMPHLETS

 

US Holocaust Memorial Museum

            Anatomy of a Ghetto (Ghetto life during the Holocaust)

Holocaust Resource Center & Archives, Queensborough Community College

            To Save One Life—The Story of Righteous Gentiles (English and Spanish)

            Where Have All the Children Gone?  (Jewish refugee children during Holocaust)

 

MISC. PRINTED MATTER

           

Jewish Foundation for the Righteous (Program—Holocaust rescuer biographies #3)

 

CD-ROM

NMFHRP—Holocaust Research Guide

 

VIDEOS

 

Moriah Films/Simon Wiesenthal Center—“The Long Way Home” (Survivor challenges

            following liberation)

Republic Pictures—“Holocaust” (Feature movie)

Terr, Jim—We Were There—“Seven Survivors of the Holocaust” (New Mexico survivors)

**US Holocaust Memorial Museum—Liberation 1945:  Testimony (Concentration camp

            survivors)

 

LESSON PLANS

 

Encountering Holocaust Denial (Holocaust lesson plan—grades 9-12)

Human Rights in the News (Lessons—grades 5-12)

Teaching the Holocaust (Literature-based unit plan, grades 4-12)

We and Thee (Stereotyping/lesson review—grades 9-12)

 

**From the Arthur Cohen Library at the New Mexico Foundation for Human Rights Projects

 

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Contents—NMFHRP Holocaust Teaching Trunk #4

Anne Frank (Middle School)

  

BOOKS

 

Anne Frank House, Amsterdam—Anne Frank House:  A Museum with a Story (Museum

            catalog/history)

Frank, Anne—The Diary of a Young Girl (Autobiography/diary)  (2 copies)

Gies, Miep—Anne Frank Remembered (Biography—Anne Frank rescuer)

Gold, Alison Leslie—Memories of Anne Frank:  Reflections of a Childhood Friend

            (Biography)

McDougall/Littell—The Diary of Anne Frank and Related Readings (Play version of the

            diary/anthology)

Route 66 Publishing, Ltd—Auschwitz, 1940-1945 (Historical reference)

van der Rol, Raud, and Rian Verhoeven—Anne Frank:  Beyond the Diary (Biography/

            photographic remembrance)

 

 

PAMPHLETS

 

US Holocaust Memorial Museum

            Brief Lesson in History—An Introduction to the Holocaust for Young Readers

            Anatomy of a Ghetto (Ghetto life during the Holocaust)

Holocaust Resource Center & Archives, Queensborough Community College

            To Save One Life—The Story of Righteous Gentiles (English and Spanish)

            Where Have All the Children Gone?  (Jewish refugee children during Holocaust)

 

MISC. PRINTED MATTER

           

Jewish Foundation for the Righteous (Program—Holocaust rescuer biographies #3)

 

CD-ROMs

 

Anne Frank Center, USA—I Am Anne Frank (Audio only)

Anne Frank House, Amsterdam—Anne Frank House:  A House with a Story

NMFHRP—Holocaust Research Guide

Scholastic—Diary Maker

 

VIDEOS

 

Anne Frank Center, USA—“Just a Diary”

Anti-Defamation League—Anne Frank in Maine

Sony Pictures Classics—Anne Frank Remembered (Documentary feature film)

 

LESSON PLANS

 

The Truth about Anne Frank (Unit plan—grades 8-12)

Commemorative Plates (Holocaust lesson plan—grades 6-8)

Light from the Yellow Star (Holocaust—story and lesson on IBM floppy disk)

 

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