Study Jewish History
From Hitler's rise to power to the Nuremberg trials, key events of the Shoah.
How the Third Reich spread racism, anti-Semitism and anti-Bolshevism.
How Hitler laid the groundwork for genocide.
The story of the young diarist who became a symbol of the Holocaust.
The largest Nazi extermination camp.
Jews fleeing the Nazis had difficulty finding countries that would take them in.
Passed in September 1935, they provided the legal framework for the systematic persecution of Jews in Germany.
Where were the United States government and the American Jewish community during the destruction of European Jewry?
The Night of Broken Glass that signaled an escalation in the Nazi reign of terror.
In August 1936, the Nazi regime tried to camouflage its violent racist policies while it hosted the Summer Olympics.
During World War II, the Nazis established more than 400 ghettos for the purpose of isolating and controlling the Jews.
Jews fought back against the Nazis in ghettos, forests and camps.
How the Nazis planned and executed the systematic murder of European Jewry.
The Nuremberg trials were the best known, but hardly the only efforts to hold perpetrators accountable.
The German luxury ship, the St. Louis, sailed to Cuba with over 900 passengers on it, only to be turned away and sent back to Europe.