The Holocaust as Seen by Through Film by Rabbi Dr. Bernhard H. Rosenberg is a special book that adds to his other authored that educate students, educators and the community about the Holocaust and assists in meeting the New Jersey mandate that all students must learn about the Holocaust and genocide.
This book in particular blends the specific cognitive, historical aspects of the atrocity with excellent literature which helps meet the new common core standards through the pictures, questions, discussions and research associated with each story.
This site contains a brief description of a select collection of Holocaust related and inspired films, along with relevant questions to spark dynamic classroom discussion. It is not designed to be an exhaustive list, but rather, numerous movies, documentaries, and films that the author believes are of value to students of the Holocaust and their teachers.
|Anne Frank Remembered Year: 1995 Country: US Director: Jon Blair||Details|
|Anne Frank: The Whole Story Year: 2001 Country: UK / Czech / USA Director: Robert Dornhelm||Details|
|A Day in October Year: 1992 Country: US Director: Kenneth Madsen||Details|
|A Film Unfinished Year: 2010 Country: US Director: Yael Hersonski||Details|
|Amen Year: 2002 Country: US Director: Costa-Gavras||Details|
The Holocaust As Seen Through Film; Version 2018 by Rabbi Dr. Bernhard Rosenberg (Author) Format: Paperback / Kindle Publication date: May 17, 2018
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On this map you will be able to click on the markers (CC, cities, routes) and get a quick reference about the related locations to films.