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Days of remembrance, 1989 : planning guide, April 30–May 7, 1989

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Days of remembrance, 1989 : planning guide, April 30–May 7, 1989
Call No: 051 H75 1989

Call Number051 H75 1989
Dates[1989]
Statement of ResponsibilityU.S. Holocaust Memorial Council.
Creators & Contributors
United States Holocaust Memorial Council (author)
Summary"The United States Holocaust Memorial Council offers this resource guide to assist you in organizing observances for the Days of Remembrance of the Victims of the Holocaust. The booklet includes a background sketch, selected documents, a few readings reflective of the time period (1933–1939), and planning aids, such as listings for sources of information, materials, films, etc." Page x
Contents
  • Introduction
  • Use of this program planning guide
  • Fifty years after the eve of destruction, 1939–1989: background sketch
  • Chronology of highlights of events
  • Selected documents
    • Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service, April 7, 1933
    • First Regulation for the Implementation of the Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service, April 11, 1933
    • Instructions by Minister of Economics on the Position of Jews in German Trade, September 1933
    • Nuremberg Laws on Reich Citizenship, September 15, 1935
    • Nuremberg Law for the Protection of German Blood and German Honor, September 15, 1935
    • First Regulation to the Reich Citizenship Law, November 14, 1938
    • Establishment of the Reich Central Office for Jewish Emigration, January 1939
  • Some readings reflective of the time period
    • Emigration/immigration
    • Jehovah's Witness or bible students' experience
    • Gypsy travails
    • Some political and religious responses
    • The euthanasia program: "putting to sleep"
    • World War II begins
    • Concurrent worldwide events: 1939
  • Planning aids
    • Suggested ceremony format
    • Sample proclamation
    • News advisories
    • Suggested planning check list
    • Some suggested material resources
    • A general annotated bibliography
    • A general annotated filmography
    • Holocaust resource centers & organizations
  • 101st Congress: concurrent resolution 50, February 7, 1989
  • United States Holocaust Memorial Council membership
Physical Description x, 139 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherWashington, D.C. : U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council
Notes
  • Cover title: 50 years after the eve of destruction...
  • Includes bibliographies
RecognitionGifted by Elizabeth Kavanagh