Berlin and the Holocaust: a sense of place?


By David Waters, published 21st March 2011

As more and more schools take students on visits to locations associated with the history of the Holocaust, history teachers have to find ways to make these places historically meaningful for their students. David Waters shows here how he introduced his students to the multiple narratives associated with the history of the Holocaust by examining how meaning lurks in the physical fabric of the city of Berlin.

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