The Schellberg cycle is a set of stories set in war-torn Europe in the 1940s: all about the Holocaust and life in Germany and England, from the perspective of one group of family and friends.
Wednesday, 5 October 2011
Remembrance Section of the Holocaust Task Force
The Holocaust Task Force site continues to amaze. In its Remembrance Section, it contains virtual tours of: the Museum of Canada, and Exhibition created by the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre, the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, the Exhibitions about the History and Culture of the Finish Jewry and the Shtetl of the Museum of Polish Jews in Warsaw. I’ve had a little dabble with the Anne Frank House one. Although that is not all that relevant to my project, as I’ve seen the house and know the story well, it was tempting look. It did give an excellent idea of what it might have felt like to be caught in an air raid. Also, it reminds you of what it might felt like to be in hiding. The children in my Special Class have to hide from time to time. Viste teh site here.
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