German Jews lived under the Nazis for six years before the Second World War began. They were the target of economic, political and social discrimination. Increasingly, German Jews were persecuted with violence. German Jews responded by organizing their own welfare organizations, schools and sports clubs. Ultimately, more than half emigrated from Germany. Join Professor Natalia Aleksiun as she guides us through this fascinating chapter of history.
This program is open to school educators only. Participants will earn CTLE hours. This online program is free.