Broken Threads : from Aryanization to cultural loss : the destruction of the Jewish fashion industry in Germany and Austria : a teacher's guide

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Broken Threads : from Aryanization to cultural loss : the destruction of the Jewish fashion industry in Germany and Austria : a teacher's guide
Call No: EDUC VHEC Teacher's Guides

Call NumberEDUC VHEC Teacher's Guides
Sub-CollectionEducation Materials
Dates[1999]
Statement of ResponsibilityFrieda Miller.
Creators & ContributorsMiller, Frieda (author)
Sharpe, Graham (editor)
Fromowitz, Dan (researcher)
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre (contributor)
SummaryThis teacher's guide "is designed to both complement the exhibit and act as a resource for teachers wishing to explore the period of the Holocaust from 1933, when the Nazis first assumed power, to Kristallnacht. Although the guide focuses on the earliest measures and decrees enacted by the Nazis against the Jews of Germany and Austria, it concludes with the concentration camps, and the issues of cultural and human loss... Each section is document-based and makes use of primary documents, archival photographs, fashion drawings and newspaper clippings." Page 1
ContentsIntroduction
  1. Propaganda
  2. Boycotts
  3. Intimidation and humiliation
  4. Nationalism
  5. Aryanization
  6. Nuremberg Laws
  7. Kristallnacht
  8. Deportations
  9. Emigration and loss
Timeline
Resources
Physical Description 45 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherVancouver : Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
Notes
  • Teacher's guide related to the exhibition Broken Threads: From Aryanization to Cultural Loss: The Destruction of the Jewish Fashion Industry in Germany and Austria. The exhibition was produced by the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre in association with the Original Costume Museum Society.
  • Editing, layout and design, Graham Sharpe
URLhttp://vhec.org/images/pdfs/Teacher's%20Guide_Broken%20Threads.pdf, Access the freely available full text from the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre