Everything you need to understand or teach 'the Good Old Days' by Ernst Klee.
The book presents a mixture of photographs, photographic reproductions of original documents, and transcribed and translated documents. With a few rare exceptions, the editors do not provide editorial comment on the materials presented. The book is divided into two parts and thirteen named chapters. Each chapter is further divided into numbered and named sections, and sections may in turn contain documents from several sources. Each document is carefully cited in an appendix. Much of the material is derived from post-War legal proceedings and depositions, but much of it is also drawn from wartime reports, letters, diaries, and so forth. The organization of the book presupposes that readers will be familiar with the basic history of the holocaust but does not require in depth knowledge of particular events.
For the most part, the materials presented are related in the first-person point of view and most of the materials are...
'the Good Old Days': The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders Lesson Plans contain 128 pages of teaching material, including: