Students will analyze a political cartoon by Clifford Berryman by identifying the artistic techniques Berryman used to convey his message about the state of the world in the weeks leading up to the start of World War II.
In this interactive lesson, students use primary sources, including posters, documents, artifacts from The International Museum of World War II, and videos, to examine how and why propaganda was used by combatant nations with such powerful effect during World War II.
In this collection Freda Hodge retrieves early voices of Holocaust survivors. Men, women and children relate experiences of deportation and ghettoisation, forced labour camps and death camps, death marches and liberation.
The information included here is intended to serve as a resource to classrooms and schools throughout the nation teaching about D-Day and World War II. Lesson plans and activities are designed for various grade levels, as noted within the documents.
World War II to the Present examines the causes, impact, and consequences of World War II, the deadliest conflict in history. It then explores major developments and events around the globe from 1945 until the present.