'Who, after all, speaks today of the annihilation of the Armenians?'


By Andrew Wrenn, published 31st August 2001

How can the Holocaust be represented? In this article, Andrew Wrenn takes as his example the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. He helps teachers encourage pupils to get beneath the surface, and look analytically at the Museum itself as an interpretation of the Holocaust. Such an investigation provides pupils and their teachers with the tools to investigate sensitively a variety of other interpretations, from film to literature.

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