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Teaching the Holocaust in School History: Teachers or Preachers?

by Lucy Russell

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& Nbsp;If we expose students to a study of human suffering we have a responsibility to guide them through it. But is this the role of school history? This issue is the rationale behind teaching the Holocaust primarily historical, moral or social? Is the Holocaust to be taught as a historical event, with a view to developing students' critcal historical skills, or as a tool to combat continuing prejudice and discrimination?. These profound questions lie at the heart of Lucy Russell's fascinating analysis of teaching the Holocaust in school history. She considers how the topic of the Holocaust is.… (more)

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