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Teacher Training Webinar: Teaching the Holocaust – Human Rights Case Study

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Teacher Training Webinar: Teaching the Holocaust – Human Rights Case Study

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$35.00

Teacher Training Webinar: Teaching the Holocaust – Human Rights Case Study

$35.00

Thursday 18 March

4 pm – 5.30pm

1.5 hours of NESA accredited training

They were the very first victims of a program of state-sponsored murder, and their murders continued to occur even after Germany had unilaterally surrendered in 1945. In considering the impact of World War II on civilians, we must understand the origin of the Nazi campaign against it own people began people with disabilities. Without understanding this we cannot hope to fathom the true nature of Nazi ideology.

This seminar looks at the history and development of the so-called Euthanasia Program, dubbed “Aktion-T4”.

Curriculum links

  • Stage 5: Core study 3
  • Stage 5: Core Study Depth Study 6
    • “Outline and sequence the changing scope and nature of warfare from trenches in World War I to the Holocaust and the use of the atomic bombs to end World War II “

Image credit: “Heilanstalt Schönbrunn, Kinder”. Sammlung Berlin Document Center (Bild 152-04-28).

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