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  • Remembering to Never Forget - … cultural center, been complicated by the "juxtaposition of high German thought and base German barbarism"? b. How and why have planners of … the Wessis and the Ossis (or the former West Germans and East Germans) have such deep-seated disdain for each other? What … she endured. 3. Create a visual display about German culture and its relationship with German history. 4. Learn about other concentration camps …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-12
  • Germans and Irish in Augusta and Franklin Counties - … and 1860s. In particular, students will be researching Irish and German-born residents of Augusta County, Virginia, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania … did Irish and German immigrants hold? 2. Were certain occupations dominated by Irish or German immigrants? 3. Did Irish and German-born Americans marry native-born Americans? 4. Were Irish or German immigrants discriminated …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Claiming Responsibility: Understanding the Rise and Popularity of Hitler - … at the German Historical Museum. Go to related article > Overview | Did the German people elevate Hitler, or did Hitler victimize the Germans? How … board: "Hitler did not corral the Germans as much as the Germans elevated Hitler" and "The Germans were the first victims of Hitler … of Hitler Spiegel Online's graph of German election results from 1928 to 1933 The German Propaganda Archive's collection of pre …
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  • Soldier X by Don Wulffson - … career as: A. a Russian orderly B. a German soldier C. a German spy D. an eager volunteer 26. How old was … . What ethnicity are the protagonist's grandparents? A. Czechoslovakian B. German C. Austrian D. Russian 28. According to the protagonist, what … ? A. he hears a pleading German get executed B. he sees Russian soldiers stabbing already dead Germans C. he wanted to fight … -time influences the characters' behaviors and choices. Consider the veteran German soldiers and the wounded veteran Russian soldiers. How did war …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • 25th Anniversary: Fall of the Berlin Wall - … , because the city was surrounded by East German territory, the Soviet-controlled East German government constructed a wall around the entirety of … from defecting. A website entitled , a cooperative project of several German media outlets and public organizations, provides a detailed account of … the construction of the wall, the resistance of ordinary East Germans against the undemocratic, Soviet-influenced ruling regime steadily grew. Escalating …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 9-12
  • Ich Zweifle Es (I Doubt It) - … Learners are high school students taking beginning German. They have had instruction in the German alphabet and word pronunciation. They need practice … next color in order. Remember to practice your German! Reference List English German Card Color Color Numbers A Blue Blau 1 eins … Golt Card Design The instructor makes labels, half showing the German color, and half showing the English color. The instructor attachs …
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  • Map Studies - … Laws of 1935. How do you think this changed how Germans treated their Jewish friends and neighbors? With Hitler and the … and changes as well as bitterness of the German people. Discuss how the German people's anger and desperation could lead them … Autobahn built), and he spoke to the people about rebuilding German pride at a time when they were in despair. Continue … Q1, Q2, Q3--Note changes in German and Polish territories as well as land along the German-French border. Q4, Q5--Research …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 6-8
  • Atrocities during World War II - … two 47 minute periods. Materials: Additional readings addressing Japanese and German atrocities (attached). Selections from: Crimes of Obedience: Toward a Social … attached readings regarding Japanese atrocities and half given readings regarding German atrocities as homework from the previous class. Students will share … , saw many of the most  outrageous escape schemes, including manufacturing German uniforms,  tunneling, and dropping out of the windows to 100 …
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  • Holocaust Activity: Number the Stars - … Copenhagen and had been fully absorbed into Danish life. The Germans tried to poison Danish minds by producing anti-Semitic newspapers … including the handicapped, gypsies, and Jews. In Germany and throughout German controlled countries, Jews were identified and ordered to wear the … and the sign on the door was in German? (It meant that the Germans were stepping up their anti-Semitic activity by …
    User Rating: Grade Level: 3-5
  • What Would You Do? - … listen in on much of the secret German communication. On November 12, 1940, you intercept German messages describing Operation Moonlight Sonata—an … listen in on much of the secret German communication. On November 12, 1940, you intercept German messages describing Operation Moonlight Sonata—an … place, thereby protecting the secret that you have broken the German code. Hundreds, possibly thousands of people will be killed in …
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