Tagged: Holocaust Propaganda

Female in the Fatherland: Imagery of Women and Girls in Nazi Propaganda

January 14, 2021

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Hate Mail: Antisemitism on Picture Postcards

January 14, 2021

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Building the Racial State

January 14, 2021

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The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Propaganda during World War II and the Holocaust

January 14, 2021

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German Propaganda Archive

January 14, 2021

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Resources for Teaching about Nazi Propaganda

January 14, 2021

The 25 Points Guidebook for Nazi Party Propagandists – 1927 Will and Way – an article by Joseph Goebbels Der Giftpilz The Treaty of Versailles Guidebook for Nazi Party Propagandists – 1930 Nuremberg Judgment on Julius Streicher Cartoons from Der Sturmer Excerpts from Mein Kampf Knowledge and Propaganda – a speech by Joseph Goebbels Nuremberg Judgment on Hans Fritzsche Review of The Eternal Jew Redefining How We Teach Propaganda Setting the Context: Holocaust and WWII Visual Timeline Activity Propaganda in the Holocaust and Rwanda German Propaganda Archive State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda Online Exhibition Nuremberg Trials –…

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Propaganda in the Holocaust and Rwanda

January 14, 2021

Jennifer JenkinsWestridge Middle SchoolOverland Park, Kansas Grade Level7th-12th grade SubjectLanguage ArtsSocial Studies Time NeededAt least 5 class periods IntroductionCan the media incite violence? This unit aims to address the issue of media and violence, and to explore how the media influenced the Rwandan Genocide and The Holocaust. Using primary resources, transcripts and propaganda terminology, the learners will: Understand the different types of propaganda, bias and stereotypeLearn about and discuss theories about the effect media has on peopleStudy the causes and effects of the Rwandan GenocideExamine the effect print media had on the Rwandan Genocide and the HolocaustAnalyze the effect radio…

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Evaluating Nazi Propaganda

January 13, 2021

Jessica RockholdMidwest Center for Holocaust Education Grade Level7th-12th grade SubjectLanguage Arts/ReadingSocial Studies Time Needed1-2 class periods or longer at the discretion of the teacher based on class discussion IntroductionThe Nazis utilized propaganda as a political tool from their inception. Joseph Goebbels, Reich Propaganda Minster, developed bright, simply-interpreted imagery to impact the opinions of the German electorate prior to 1933, and then to sensitize them to the Nazi racial message after 1933. This exercise helps students to evaluate that propaganda for message and effectiveness. Materials for the lessonTeacher Instructions German PropagandaPre-1933 Nazi PostersNazi Posters, 1933-1945 Student Worksheet Propaganda Notes for Teachers

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