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Visit the Shea High School Library to check out books on the Holocaust.
The Final Solution We Survived the Holocaust Kristallnacht Auschwitz
Introduction to the Holocaust
Definition of holocaust - slaughter on a mass scale.
The Holocaust was the mass murder of six million Jews and millions of other people leading up to and during World War II, 1933-1945.
Holocaust and World War II Novels - Check them out in the Shea Library.
by John Boyne The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
by Markus Zusak The Book Thief
by Ruta Sepetys Between Shades of Gray
by Elizabeth Wein Code Name Verity
by Robert Sharenow The Berlin Boxing Club
by Aline Sax The War Within These Walls
by Ruta Sepetys Salt to Sea
Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank
by Art Spiegelman Maus I and II
by Elie Wiesel Night
Holocaust Topics for Study
Victims of the Holocaust
Decrees Against the Jews
Perpetrators of Cruelty (infamous Nazi officers)
The Rise of the Nazi Party
Holocaust Heroes (ex. Oskar Schlindler)
American Soldiers' Discovery of Holocaust Victims in Concentration Camps.
Daily Life in Concentration Camps
Interview with a Holocaust Survivor