Join The National WWII Museum on an Electronic Field Trip to learn about the Holocaust through firsthand accounts and testimonies of child victims and survivors. Through this program, students will discover the broader context of the Holocaust by understanding how it happened and recognizing its tragic legacy.
Students participating in this program will have the opportunity to explore the newest Liberation Pavilion galleries at The National WWII Museum and artifacts from our collection, as well as Holocaust sites across the Atlantic. Entire classrooms can get involved with this live broadcast by submitting questions in real time to our educators and experts, and by participating in our live polls throughout the Electronic Field Trip to test your history knowledge along with other students.
Tune in this March as student reporters and Museum educators lead students on an emotional journey across the globe to critically examine these vital histories of the Holocaust and World War II.
Designed for grades 5–12.
US Department of Education
Dale E. and Janice Davis Johnston Family
Taube Philanthropies, part of the Taube Family Holocaust Education Program
Dachau Concentration Camp and Memorial Site
Warsaw Ghetto Museum
Nuremberg Municipal Museums – Courtroom 600 of the Palace of Justice