The Diary of Anne Frank


Why did Anne Frank have to go into hiding?

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Additional Reading and Video Bibliography



Additional Holocaust Bibliography (Materials Listed)


Need to know how to cite your sources?
CITATION RESOURCES:
NoodleTools



NoodleTools is a site that will help you prepare a correctly formatted bibliography.
The official term for a bibliography now is “works cited”
but teachers (and your librarian and your parents) still slip and use the older term.



Using Images Copyright

*Page will download (then open it from downloads).

*Reviews Copyright, Fair Use,
and Examples of Citing Images,
Photos, or Illustrations





If computers aren't available during your Intervention....
Use one of the Reference books!

See "Wagner Reference Books"

**BOOKS CANNOT LEAVE THE MEDIA CENTER WHEN CLASSES ARE SCHEDULED TO USE THEM

(OR SEE MRS. WAGNER or MRS. VECCHIO TO SIGN A BOOK OUT IF THEY ARE ON THE CART IN THEIR ROOMS)


SUGGESTED BOOK BIBLIOGRAPHIES.....LISTED BELOW ON CHART




The following books were borrowed from the CCPL:

Summary


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BOOK
Adler, David A.
We Remember the Holocaust.
New York: Henry Holt, 1989.
*Interviews are used to create this introductory description of the Holocaust. A good beginning point for the younger audience.


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BOOK
Bachrach, Susan D.
Tell Them We Remember: the story
of the Holocaust.
Boston: Little Brown, 1994.
*This book equals a tour of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum by reproducing artifacts, maps, and photographs and then making them personal to the user through the depiction of actual survivors or those who have died at the war's end.


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VISUALS
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BOOK
Bartoletti, Susan Campbell.
Hitler Youth: growing up in Hitler's Shadow.
New York: Scholastic Press, 2005
*Various factors are presented around the topic of why young children gave their loyalty and support to the dictator Adolf Hitler during his rise in power status of Germany.


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BOOK
Nardo, Don.
Adolf Hitler.
San Diego: Lucent Books, 2003.
*Biography of Adolf Hitler: struggling artist, leader of Nazi Party, led Germany into war.


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VISUALS
NF
BOOK
Rice, Earle.
Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany.
Greensboro: Morgan Reynolds Publishers, 2006.
*Discusses both personal and historical events.
*Includes: reasons for his failures in school, impact of army service on his politics, obsessive determination to exterminate the Jews and other “desirables,” quotes from Mein Kampf.


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VISUALS
NF
BOOK
Wigoder, Geoffrey. (Editor). The Holocaust: A Grolier
Student Library. Danbury: Grolier Educational,
1997.
* A four volume encyclopedia set that covers incidents, events, and personalities in the countries effected by the Holocaust. Articles are short and pictures are large.


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*Search the IMS Catalog: If you need help, ask Miss Mac for assistance.

*Search term suggestions:
Adolf Hitler
Hitler
WWI
WWII
Holocaust


ADDITIONAL BOOKS THAT WILL BE HOUSED ON A CART.....



Books from the CCPL that you can also borrow....




Reliable, Valid, Age Appropriate....DATABASES!

ALREADY FORMATTED CITATIONS ARE INCLUDED IN THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES:

Choose the MLA Format


A few additional all encompassing RESOURCES:

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What is ISearch?

With just one click, ISearch lets you explore multiple collections of magazines and journals, newspapers, reports, primary sources, encyclopedias, videos, and eBooks--reliable content that isn't available on the open web. In the future you will be able to also search your INFOhio school library catalog through ISearch.





What is PowerSearch?

Discover a great collection of articles from thousands of Gale resources – magazines, journals, newspapers and books along with videos, images and podcast content – all brought to you by your library. Your search should always start here.








Geography & History

and

Primary Sources





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World Book Timeline
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Need pictures for your presentation?
Don't forget, you can scan pictures out of books too!

Digital

Video

and

Images

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Library of Congress Prints & Photographs

Free Mulitmedia

Microsoft Office Online

Pics4Learning

Some reputable resource sites!
Remember....NO "Googling, Binging, or Asking.....!"
Web Sites:

Speeches of Hitler

BBC

Holocaust Timeline
*January 30, 1933 through August 14th, 1961
*In addition to information about specific dates, hyperlinks are also available to additional information on topics presented.



This Day in History WWI

(History.com)

In addition to information, videos and photos are searchable by people, themes, events, and related topics.
(Search Key Words from your questions.)

The United States Holocaust Museum
*Searchable by topic
Introduction to the Holocaust
The Holocaust Encyclopedia



The WWI Document Archive
Primary documents of WWI, most in English,assembled by volunteers of the World War I Military History List.
Includes conventions, treaties, official papers, documents by year, personal reminiscences,and a biographical dictionary.
The intention is to present in one location
both primary and relevant secondary documentsbetween 1890-1930.

Auschwitz
*Memorial and Museum
*I, II, III
*Categories of prisoners
*Prisoner classification
*Fate of the children
*Life in the camp
*Resistance
*Informing the world
*Photos, Documents


The Auschwitz Alphabet
This site provides information about the experience of prisoners at Auschwitz organized alphabetically with topics ranging from Arbeit Macht Frei (Work Will Make You Free) to Zyklon B (poison gas). It includes commentary by the author, a bibliography, and links to other Holocaust sites.
A Guide to WWI Materials
This site is an excellent resource for students and researchers
interested in the history of World
War I. The Library of Congress provides a list of links to materials that
appear on their website that pertain to
this historic event.

Eyewitness to History.com
*History through the eyes of those who lived it.
*WWI
*WWII



This Day in History WWII

(History.com)


In addition to information, videos and photos are searchable by people, themes, events, and related topics.

(Search Key Words from your questions.)

The Hitler Youth
*Audio Clips (Anthem of Hitler Youth)
*Slideshows
*Timelines
*History



WWII Interactive Maps
*Videos, Audios, Photos

Nazi and East German Propaganda
*Nazi propaganda examples: posters, essays, documents, speeches.



WWII Personal Accounts
*Men and women in the war and at home.

Learning about the Holocaust Through Art
*Artists and examples of their work that depicted elements of the Holocaust.



Anne Frank Online
This definitive site focuses on Anne Frank and her world-famous diary. It contains excerpts from her diary, a photo scrapbook of her life, and information about a traveling museum exhibit about her.

The Jewish Virtual Library
*Highlights include: Reference materials: timelines, glossary, maps, photographs
Information on the following subjects: Nazi's, Persecution, Germany in WWII, Biographies (survivors, victims, liberators, perpetrators, Hitler, etc), World Reaction, and the Aftermath
**The Simon Wiesenthal Center's 36 Questions About the Holocaust section proves to be a valuable resource for quick reference on a variety of Holocaust topics.



A Cybrary of the Holocaust
Included at this site are images of the Holocaust, survivor accounts, stories of children of survivors, artwork, and other Holocaust-related materials, including a section refuting claims that the Holocaust never happened.

The Nizkor Project
The Nizkor Project takes issue with those who deny the Holocaust ever happened. This site is divided into several sections, such as FAQs, features, Shofar Web Project, and The Holocaust Web Project. They contain documentation as to the reality of the Holocaust and refute the position of the deniers, whose arguments are also shown through Web links.



The Simon Wiesenthal Center
This site provides extensive materials dealing with the Nazi Holocaust as well as current human rights issues. Areas include a biography of Simon Wiesenthal, more than 50 bibliographies of Holocaust resources, audio events, Museum of Tolerance, and biographies of children killed in the Holocaust.