por Mark Memmot
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Marshall Plan Speech
- George Catlett Marshall
George Catlett Marshall (1880-1959) was an American soldier, the Chief of Staff of the United States Army, Secretary of State, and the third Secretary of Defense. He was particularly famous for his leadership during WWII. The Marshall Plan was the name given to the United States’ plan to rebuild Europe after WWII.Pair the Marshall Plan Speech with "Oldest Known Holocaust Survivor Dies," and ask students to evaluate what reaction Alice Herz-Sommer and other Holocaust survivors may have had to the Marshall Plan.
A Holocaust Survivor, Spared from Gas Chamber by Twist of Fate
- Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson
In 1942, a young Polish boy named Jack Mandelbaum was torn from the rest of his family - who were sent to the gas chambers of Auschwitz - to work in a labor camp. This article reports on the story of his survival.Pair “Oldest Known Holocaust Survivor Dies; Pianist Was 110” with “A Holocaust Survivor, Spared from Gas Chamber by Twist of Fate” and ask students to discuss the lives and outlooks of these two survivors.
It’s For You to Know That You Forgive, Says Holocaust Survivor
- NPR, "All Things Considered"
Holocaust survivor Eva Kor meets former Nazi on trial, and offers powerful words about forgiveness, taking back power, and how to move forward.Oldest Known Holocaust Survivor Dies; Pianist was 110 by Mark Memmot Pair “Oldest Known Holocaust Survivor Dies; Pianist was 110” with “It’s For You to Know That You Forgive, Says Holocaust Survivor” and have students compare Herz-Sommer’s view of hatred with Kor’s idea about forgiveness. Are the two opposite, or do they actually work together?