*An Award Winning Production  

  Liberation was in most cases a joyful thing to behold as soldiers crossed the Rhine in March of 1945.  However, for one American soldier, liberation became a haunting and reoccurring nightmare that would never allow him to forget the death and destruction created by Hitler's Nazi regime.  "Words will never be able to explain the things I saw, the absolute disregard for human life.  Instead, every day, every night, crystal clear images play over and over again in my mind far surpassing my, and the worlds, wildest dreams.  

 This Production recounts his experiences as he liberates cities, towns, cottages and villas. It also recounts his involvement in the liberation of the concentration camps, the death camps.  In one of the deadliest concentration camps in Poland he carries out a survivor.  "She was a nine year old girl, frail, skin and bones, her little heart pounding.  She seemed to be dreaming yet her eyes remained focused on mine with a trust I will never forget.  Oh, those deep and dark brown eyes, so beautiful and so desperately trying to not close forever.  As they teared up they became mirrors that reflected the tattered mind and trembling heart of a little girl with an even more horrifying story to tell".  Through her accounts,  fear,  loss, and ultimate despair were events that she lived through as a little girl.  However, as witnessed by her strong spirit, courage, life and her triumph over death,  hope was brought into this dark and horrific place.  It showed that even though many lives were lost, and that many families were separated forever, we would go on, the heart, would go on.  
   The message that is embedded within this Production does not take the more traditional approach in teaching the horrors of the Holocaust to today's generation of student.  It can't!  It must intertwine an understanding of today's learning styles within our students as well as  the ever changing media trends that today's students are tapped into.  The high school audience has changed drastically as the culture of today dictates the latest fads for students and the latest teaching trends for teachers.  As a new generation of students comes into my class, I must equip myself with new means of teaching styles so that I may better grasp the hearts, souls and emotions that are entrusted into my care.  The lessons learned from the Holocaust must not be lost because of a fear to change the way that will better allow our students to understand, learn and apply what they have been taught. To parallel past and present is essential in getting my message across.  In order to do this, the past must continually take on a new voice so that the present can better hear, understand and apply the lessons to be learned toward the future.

This Production is dedicated to the 6 million souls who 
were lost during the Holocaust.  1, 200, 000 were children. 

Time Traveler Productions presents The Holocaust.

*Approximate Running Time: 42 minutes

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Pictures Of The Multi-Media Production--The Holocaust

Pictures Of Trip To Poland And Israel
Picture- Vladka Meed (Member of the Warsaw Ghetto Resistance Movement)
Picture- Ruth Brand
(Survivor of Auschwitz)
Picture- Dov Freiberg  (Survivor of Sobibor)

Hannah Pick, (Anne Frank's best friend), and Me---Summer 98, Israel

Picture- The Gates Of Auschwitz Death Camp
Picture- Walking where 2 million souls were lost
Picture- Terrorizing Confinements
Picture- Human Hair

Picture- Birkenau/Auschwitz Death Camp  (Schindler's List filmed here)
Picture- Birkenau/Auschwitz Death Camp  (reflections of hope)
Picture- Birkenau Death Camp  (home)
Picture- The Crematorium
Picture- Women To The Right

Picture- Treblinka Death Camp (LINKS TO TREBLINKA WEBSITES HERE)
Picture- Treblinka Death Camp Fences
Picture- Treblinka Death Camp Train Tracks
Picture- Treblinka Death Camp Memorial for Countries 
Picture- Treblinka Death Camp Memorial for Cities
Picture- Treblinka Death Camp Memorial for Towns
Picture- Treblinka Death Camp Main Memorial

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Holocaust Museum Houston
US Holocaust Memorial Museum
Yad Vasham

Anne Frank Online -One can read excerpts from Anne's diary or see phots of her early childhood
Activities - holocaust web sites correlated to Teaching Internet Activities on the web under construction
Anne Frank House
Anti- Defamation League - An organization devoted to combating anti-Semitism, discrimination, and bias
-An incredible site devoted to every Holocaust topic
Auschwitz - an alphabet that represents the authors selection of the most significant facets of life and death in Aushwitz.  (N stands for nutrition and describes the prisoners diet and the attempts they took to keep themselves nourished.)
Auschwitz -
Auschwitz - a personal account Henryk Mandelbaum, a 21-year-old Polish Jew, was  sent to Auschwitz, where his entire family perished. He was put to work escorting the condemned to the gas chambers, then hauling their bodies to the crematoriums. He still lives in Poland.
Auschwitz - a virtual tour
Auschwitz - another virtual tour
Dachau - accounts of the liberation
Experimentation - article accusing Bayer of assisting Mengle during the holocaust.  Outlines work habits of victims at the camps and names other corporations and their responsibilities for the Holocaust
German Propaganda Archive (Guide Page)
German propaganda -Der Giftpilz or "The Toadstool" pictures and quotes from this notoious book used by the Nazis to influence its people on the Jewish question
German Propaganda against Jews -Der Ewige Jew Poster
German WW II Propaganda Posters -Lots of them first in thumb nail size that can be accessed. Wonderful representation of all the posters
Ghetto Word From the - a newsweek account from the war
Ghettos - lists, photos, details
Hate Watch - An organization that monitors the growing and evolving threat of hate group activities
Hitler - The History Place - The Rise of Adolph Hitler
Holocaust Remembrance Day
Historical Maps of Europe
Holocaust Documents
Jewish Student online research - Holocaust - an all inclusive page that has links to definition, documents, figures and photos
Kristallnacht, the "Night of the Broken Glass - online video of actual scenes
Life unworthy of Life - documentation of Nazi atrocities (they termed it euthanasia) against the mentally ill, retarded or others they categorized as "unworthy of life".  Includes the documents that made this action legal and state supported.
Medical experiments - Reports on freezing, low pressure and other experiments performed on camp inmates.
Nation and Race - Chapter 11 of Mein Kampf which outline Hitler's views and intentions towards all those not of pure German lineage.
Nazi statements on "the Jewish Question" - Excerpts from Hitler, Himmler, and others on the destruction of European Jewry.
Nuremberg Law for the protection of German blood and honor - September 25, 1935
Reich Citizenship law of 1935 - September 15, 1935
First Supplement to the law - November 15, 1945
Shrunken Head found at Buchenwald
Songs, Poetry and Literature - a collection
Stills and Narration from 'Der ewige Jude' (The Eternal Jew)- The Erternal Jew is the film that was developed by the Nazis and shown in Germany throughout the 1930's and 40's.  Other European countries used it as well and there are notes about it being shown in the United States.  This film depicts the Jew in the worst possible light.  Using this film the Nazis accomplished a true indoctrination of the youth of Germany and provided groundwork for the horror of the Holocaust.
Simon Wiesenthal Center Home Page
Timeline - a listing of events of the Holocaust with hypertext links to explanations
War Crimes Tribunal by Bertrand Russell accounts from WW I through today
World War II - Newsweek site that is titled  "Nobody could foresee the horrors" has lots of definitions and instant links to Kristallnacht