What can British government documents tell us about what happened in the Holocaust?
Students investigate the Holocaust using a range of original documents, from a Foreign Office telegram about Kristallnacht to a map of Auschwitz drawn by a survivor. Pupils have to consider what documents we hold in the British Government Archive and why. This workshop develops students’ skills at assessing the usefulness and limitations of historical documents, while addressing misconceptions and provoking discussion.
This workshop is aimed at Key Stage 3 students who have begun learning about the Holocaust.
Connections to the curriculum: History
Available as: On site workshop