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This short story by fiction writer, S.L. Wisenberg, sheds light on the influence of Anne Frank on the imagination and identity of Jewish girls growing up in postwar America. Written from a child's point of view and in the language of children,… [more]

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Albrecht Classen

The exhibit No Child's Play at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum in Jerusalem presents the photos, drawings, toys, dolls, and board games of children… [more]

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Joanna B. Michlic

To enable students to go beyond the facts and details of the Holocaust, children's testimonies provide a fuller understanding of the complexity of war and genocide and provide an unusual angle of vision into childhood, the family, everyday life, and survival, giving students a child-centered view in which young people were not only victims and witnesses, but also historical agents. echo [more]