PRISM ; Spring 2012 (4)
Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education & Administration, /
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The Holocaust and Heroism: Examines the various ways in which Jews acted in response to the slow and systematic humiliation, separation, exclusion, deprivation, ghettoization, internment, slave labor, and, ultimately, the destruction of their communities and the deportation and murder of their friends and families. This issue examines the complexities involved in Jewish religious, spiritual, and physical resistance during the Holocaust and concludes that the question should not be why there was so little resistance but how there was so much.
An interdisciplinary journal for Holocaust educators. Additional resources mentioned in various essays in Volume 4: Music and the Holocaust (see Introduction, p. 6) --/ United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (see “The Mantello Rescue Mission,” p. 93) --/ Memory Loops (see “‘I Shall Survive You All!’ An Instant of Grace Amidst Michaela Melian’s Memory Loops Memorial,” p. 132) --/ Operation: Last Chance (see “Pursuing Perpetrators, Preserving History, and Educating the Next Generation: A Review of Efraim Zuroff’s Operation Last Chance, p. 137)
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