Watch a personal account of being a young Jew growing up in Nazi Germany, in this classroom resource for Key Stage 3 history.
Filmed against the background of modern-day Berlin, Gad Beck who grew up in Berlin describes how he abandoned his identity papers and lived as a non-person to evade the Gestapo.
Secondary pupils can learn how Gad personally experienced the anti-Jewish regulations in his home city, as he recounts the events of the time.
Israel's national museum and memorial to the victims of the Holocaust, and a rich source of online materials
A leading archive on the Holocaust and Nazi era with digitised photographs, documents and other materials
Rich website where you can access archival material, case studies and online exhibitions
The USC Shoah Foundation Institute website features interviews with witnesses to the Holocaust and suggests how to integrate survivor testimony into your teaching
The Institute of Education's national programme, bringing research and scholarship into the classroom with free teaching and learning materials and CPD opportunities
The moving Holocaust gallery that focuses on the story of Holocaust survivor Leon Greenman