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Holocaust Educational Resource Council

Why We Must Never Forget

While the people may pass on, their history will live forever.


It is essential that students study the Holocaust in all of its aspects, understanding that it was not just an attempt to exterminate Jews but all those people that the Nazis deemed “unworthy of life.” They must understand that those who ran the machinery of death were ordinary people who followed orders without thinking of the human cost. They should understand that those who ordered the Holocaust came from a country that was regarded as a cultural and intellectual center of Europe . Only through research, critical thinking and writing can students learn about the Holocaust but only by educating them can we hope to prevent a similar catastrophe.

— Monte Finkelstein, Essay Contest Judge
and Dean of History and Sciences
at Tallahassee Community College

 

The quote above is from the following website: http://www.holocaustresources.org/

Holocaust Resources for Teachers (and Students)

The US Holocaust Memorial Auditorium

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Excerpts from Diaries, Memoirs, and Letters

 

The Path to Nazi Genocide

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