The roots of hitlers particularly virulent brand of anti semitism are unclear born in austria in 1889 he served in the german army during aftermath lasting impact of the holocaust the . Students then bear witness to the human suffering of the holocaust and examine the range of responses from individuals and nations to the genocidal mass murder of the nazi regime in the units later lessons students draw connections between this history and the present day weighing questions like how to achieve justice and reconciliation in the aftermath of atrocities how painful . The roots and impact of antisemitism from the unit teaching holocaust and human behavior essential questions unit essential question what does learning about the choices people made during the weimar republic the rise of the nazi party and the holocaust teach us about the power and impact of our choices today guiding questions what is antisemitism and how has it impacted jews in . In the aftermath of the holocaust some christian churches including the roman catholic and evangelical lutheran church in america have re examined their teachings on the jews and judaism many denominations are continuing to address the role played by centuries of christian antisemitism in contributing to circumstances that made the holocaust possible antisemitism did not end with the
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