The Holocaust was one of the worst genocides in history, in which Adolph Hitler's Nazi Germany killed over six million Jews and five million others deemed undesirable to the Third Reich during World War II.
The Man Who Coined 'Genocide' Spent His Life Trying To Stop It
This informational text discusses Raphael Lemkin’s work to ensure that genocide was a recognized and punishable crime.
Jewish Refugees on the St. Louis
This informational text discusses how Jewish refugees on the St. Louis were denied entrance to multiple countries.
Elie Wiesel's Nobel Acceptance Speech
Elie Wiesel accepts the Nobel Peace Prize and discusses how the world can achieve peace in the future.
Adolph Hitler’s violent pursuit of power and prejudiced beliefs against Jews have made him an infamous dictator in history.
Learning About the Holocaust
Michael A. Signal
Michael A. Signal discusses the organized killing of Jewish people during World War II.