Lesson – Liberating the Camps

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February 23, 2016 by mrcaseyhistory

Liberation by Soviet soldiers surviving prisoners of Auschwitz (Auschwitz). Above the gate of the camp is the famous sign-slogan "Arbeit macht frei» (Arbeit macht frei), which means - "Work makes you free". Concentration released January 27, 1945 part of the 100th Infantry Division of General Fyodor Krasavina. 1st Ukrainian Front.

Liberation by Soviet soldiers surviving prisoners of Auschwitz (Auschwitz). Above the gate of the camp is the famous sign-slogan “Arbeit macht frei» (Arbeit macht frei), which means – “Work makes you free”. Concentration released January 27, 1945 part of the 100th Infantry Division of General Fyodor Krasavina. 1st Ukrainian Front.

Quaestio: What questions do you have about the Holocaust?

PowerPoint: Liberating the Camps

Classwork: The Liberators

Homework:
From Propaganda to Pogrom
The Power of Nazi Propaganda
Kristallnacht: The Night of Broken Glass

 

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