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SUGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING:
For younger students, age nine and up; Anne Frank; Life In Hiding, by Johanna Hurwitz (Beech Tree Books) is a good introduction.
For middle school students; Susan Bachrach; Tell Them We Remember: The Story Of The Holocaust, (Little Brown, 1994). Also Seymour Rossell; The Holocaust: The Fire That Raged, (Franklin Watts, 1990). Both are historical overviews.
For high school level and up; A History Of The Holocaust, (Franklin Watts, 1982), by Yehudah Bauer and Niki Keren is an excellent readable history.
Teaching about the Holocaust by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. (202-588-2661), is an excellent resource for further study of the Holocaust. It contains an annotated bibliography that is divided by middle school, high school, and adult sections as well as listing memoirs, literary criticism and videography.
The World Must Know: A History of the Holocaust as Told in the United States, Michael Berenbaum — U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, Boston: Little Brown, 1993
The Racial State: Germany 1933 —1945. Michael Burleigh and Wolfgang Wipperman New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992.
War Against the Jews: 1933 —1945. Lucy Dawidowicz, New York: Bantam, 1968.
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