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  • American Women and the Holocaust

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    Learn about American women spanning a wide range of roles and activities or experiences during the Holocaust, from First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt to US Army nurse Pat Lynch.

  • Women in the Third Reich

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    Explore a series of articles about the role of German women in the Nazi movement.

  • St. Louis

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    Explore articles about the voyage of the German transatlantic liner St. Louis in May-June 1939. Most of the ship's passengers were Jews fleeing Nazi Germany.

  • Diaries

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    Explore a series of articles about diaries and journals kept during the Holocaust. Each diary reflects a fragment of its author's life.

  • German police

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    Germany’s policemen played a key role in the consolidation of Nazi power. During WWII, their role became radicalized. Learn about police in Germany before and after the Nazi rise to power.

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  • The Role of German Professionals and Civil Leaders

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    During the Holocaust, Nazi leaders required the active help or cooperation of professionals ranging from civil servants, lawyers, doctors, teachers, police, members of the military, business elites, to church leaders. Learn more.

  • International Military Tribunal: Defendants

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    In October 1945, the chief prosecutors of the International Military Trial brought charges against 24 leading German officials. Learn more about who was put on trial.

  • Subsequent Nuremberg Proceedings

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    The Subsequent Nuremberg Trials were proceedings against leading German industrialists, military figures, SS perpetrators, and others. American military tribunals in Nuremberg, Germany, presided over the 12 trials, held between December 1946 and Apri...

  • Young Diarists from the Lodz Ghetto

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    The Jewish children of Lodz suffered unfolding harsh realities after the German invasion of Poland. Some of them, including Dawid Sierakowiak, recorded their experiences in diaries.

  • Displaced Persons Camps

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    Learn more about what life was like for Holocaust survivors living in DP camps after WWII. This series focuses on DP camps in the US zone of Allied-occupied Germany.

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