Museum of History and Holocaust Education
Museum of History and Holocaust Education: Digital Education has various tools to help K-12 and university teachers deliver course content and activities on WWII and Holocaust history. There are sixteen extensive K-12 teacher guides, online exhibitions, and two sample university modules, with access to more upon request. These resources highlight a diverse range of primary and secondary source materials and include topics such as immigrant stories, the Tuskegee Airmen, Japanese American internment, human rights, foodways, women, and Georgia’s WWII connections.
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