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e-Newsletter for Holocaust Educators

Welcome to the 17th issue of Teaching the Legacy. This edition focuses on the subject of Germany, 1933-1939. The e-newsletter includes a main article on this theme, as well as a continuing article on music in the Third Reich, an article on the work of Felix Nussbaum, and an interview with German historian and writer Götz Aly. As always, the newsletter features new publications, book reviews, and updates on recent and upcoming activities at the International School for Holocaust Studies and across Yad Vashem. We hope you find this issue interesting and resourceful and we look forward to your feedback.

Previous e-Newsletters

“The Uneasy Closeness to Ourselves”

Felix Nussbaum: Self Portraits of a Jew in Turmoil

Germany, 1933-1939

“When Their World Changed”: Teaching about German Jewry between 1933-1939

The Third Reich: Classical Music and the Nazi Leadership, 1933-1945

What’s New at the International School for Holocaust Studies?

New Online Course with Gmul Hishtalmut – "Germany: 1918-1943"

Earlier this year, we successfully launched our first online course eligible for Israeli professional-development credit hours (gmul hishtalmut). The next course, "Germany: 1918-1943 (Gmul)" will begin December 7th, 2009, and run through May, 2010. Read more

The e-Newsletter

Editorial Board: Richelle Budd-Caplan, Shulamit Imber, Prof. Dan Michman, Dorit Novak, Dana Porath, Naama Shik
Editors: Jonathan Clapsaddle, Yael Weinstock
Writing Staff: Kathryn Berman, Liz Elsby, Jackie Metzger, Asaf Tal, Yael Weinstock
Production and Design: Eviatar Biton, Liz Elsby, Mayana Sebbah, Jeremy Zauder
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