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Visas for life : the remarkable story of Chiune & Yukiko Sugihara : a study guide

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Visas for life : the remarkable story of Chiune & Yukiko Sugihara : a study guide
Call No: EDUC VHEC Teacher's Guides

Call NumberEDUC VHEC Teacher's Guides
Sub-CollectionEducation Materials
Statement of Responsibilitydeveloped by Frieda Miller.
Creators & ContributorsMiller, Frieda (author)
Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre (contributor)
Sugihara, Chiune (subject)
Sugihara, Yukiko (subject)
SummaryThis guide focuses on Chiune and Yukiko Sugihara and the rare act of rescue during the Holocaust: "The activities in this guide are offered as a sampler of possibilities for the classroom. It is hoped that the documents, testimonies, quotes and artifacts included in the guide will stand alone and inspire other applications." Page 1
  • About this guide
  • Exhibit introduction
  • The courage to act
    • Who was Chiune Sugihara?
    • The world of Chiune Sugihara
    • The miracle of Chanukah 1939
  • The political context
    • An alliance of complicity : Germany and Japan, 1933–1945
    • Timeline of the Holocaust : 1933–1945
    • Permission denied
  • Sugihara's list
    • Cover of Sugihara's list
    • A page from the list
    • Sugihara survivor : Meta
    • Sugihara survivor : Nadia
    • Sugihara survivor : Susan
  • Visas
  • Paths across Asia & Europe
  • The power of words
  • Anti-Japanese propaganda in Canada
    • Refuge in Japan : Rosaline & Yvette
    • Racist document : Japan
    • Racist document : The writing on the wall
  • Profile of a rescuer
  • Sugihara's story in Japan today
  • Resources
Physical Description 56 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Carrier Typevolume
PublisherVancouver : Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre
NotesStudy guide related to exhibition Visas for Life. The exhibition was curated by Eric Saul & the Holocaust Oral History Project of San Francisco and produced with the participation of Hiroki Sugihara and the Sugihara Family.