As the last of the Holocaust perpetrators die out, one wonders whether justice was served. This course examines how Israel, Jewish organizations, and the international community have pursued justice after the Holocaust, and the lessons that have been learned.
The course can be modified for middle school, high school, and adult learners.
After World War II, the global community was charged with the task of bringing the murderers to justice. Was this goal ever achieved? In this session, the students will learn the attempts made by various parties through the years to locate Nazis and bring them to justice, and how those attempts are still being made today. Students will learn about the Nuremberg trials, the capture of Eichmann, the mystery of Mengele, and Simon Wiesenthal center.
Cost: $150 for a 1-time session. Please contact JETS to find out about discounts for multi session orders