Enroll in Holocaust Studies with Dolphin STEM Academy
Holocaust Studies is a single-semester course that describes the mass murder of
millions of Jews during the Nazi rule in Germany and its impact on the international
community. In this course, you will trace the history of Jews living in Europe and the
origins of anti-Semitism. You will learn about the early life of Hitler and his rise to power.
The course also describes how the Nazis exterminated the Jews and how Jews
resisted. You will also learn about the liberation of the Jews and the impact of the
Holocaust on the non-Jewish community. The course also covers the outcome of postwar trials.
By the end of this course, you will:
Trace the history of the Jewish community in Europe and describe their way of life.
Describe the aftermath of World War I leading to the Great Depression.
Trace the origins of anti-Semitism and explain its role in the rise of the Nazi Party.
Describe the early life of Adolf Hitler and explain how he rose to power.
Describe the beginning of the Third Reich era and explain how the Nazis attempted
to create a super race.
Identify and describe the key events of World War II and its consequences.
Describe the establishment of the ghettos and the living conditions found there.
Explain the construction of the concentration camps and describe the life of the
prisoners at the camps.
List the objectives of the plan called the Final Solution and explain how it was implemented.
Explain the establishment of the extermination camps and describe how they operated.
Describe the resistance shown by the Jewish community and explain how they were
liberated from the Nazis.
Explain the impact of the Holocaust on non-Jewish people.
Explain the significance and the outcome of various post-war trials.
Explain the impact of the Holocaust on the international community and how the
victims went about rebuilding their lives.