FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES
Holocaust and Human Behavior
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This extensive anthology and idea book for dealing with the subject of genocide in the 20th century presents extensive readings and activities for raising important issues.
Each well-documented and thoughtful section contains teaching rationales, selected readings and activities, and extensive bibliographic references to a wide range of supplemental materials. Chapters include “The Individual and Society,” “Germany in the 1920s,” “Conformity and Obedience,” “Bystanders and Rescuers,” and “Historical Legacies.” The book goes beyond mere facts to encourage study of the Holocaust in terms of human behavior and its social impact.
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1994 revised edition
Facing History and Ourselves