Holocaust A Q and A Guide to Help Young Adults Really Understand the Holocaust by Guyle M. Crispin
  

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Holocaust A Q and A Guide to Help Young Adults Really Understand the Holocaust by Guyle M. Crispin

Designed for middle and high school students, Holocaust: A Q & A Guide to Help Young Adults Really Understand the Holocaust is an approachable guide and useful tool for educators and students alike. M. Guyle Crispin's work offers answers to 94 student-generated questions about the Holocaust and WWII and develops key themes to help students and educators understand both the content and the overall timeframe of events.

About the Author

M. Guyle Crispin is a public educator in California. He holds a B.A. in Literature/Writing from California State University.

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Paperback
230 pages

Author

Guyle M. Crispin
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Publication date

14th November 2006

ISBN

9780761835424


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