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Shanghai : a refuge during the Holocaust : a teacher's guide

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Shanghai : a refuge during the Holocaust : 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)
Sharpe, Graham (designer)
Fromowitz, Dan (researcher)
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre (contributor)
Summary"This guide is divided into seven chapters that trace the history of the Jews in Shanghai. The first two chapters, Judenrein and Escape from Europe, explore the origins of this history in Nazi-occupied Europe. The third chapter Why Shanghai? Addresses the indifference of the world community during the first phase of the Holocaust. The final chapters... deal with life in Shanghai: social, cultural and political. Each chapter has a double-page spread, intended for student readers, which features background information, primary documents and photographs." Page 1
ContentsIntroduction
  1. Judenrein: making Europe free of Jews
  2. Escape from Europe
  3. Why Shanghai?
  4. The Jews of Shanghai
  5. Jewish refugee life in Shanghai
  6. The Hongkew Ghetto
  7. Cultures meet in Shanghai
Glossary
Timeline
Resources
Physical Description 42 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Carrier Typevolume
LanguageEnglish
PublisherVancouver : Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
Notes
  • Cover title
  • Teacher's guide related to exhibition Shanghai: A Refuge During the Holocaust 
  • Editing, layout and design, Graham Sharpe
URLhttp://vhec.org/images/pdfs/Shanghai Teachers Guide.pdf, Access the freely available full text from the Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
Location in CollectionEducational Materials