Teacher's Guides

  • Georgia Journeys: Legacies of WWII

    Georgia Journeys: Legacies of WWII

    Learn about the lives of World War II veterans, home front workers, and Holocaust survivors who came to call Georgia their home. 

  • Parallel Journeys

    Parallel Journeys

    Parallel Journeys: WWII and the Holocaust through the Eyes of Teens tells the stories of forty teenagers who were witnesses, participants, and often victims of World War II and the Holocaust.

  • The Tuskegee Airmen

    The Tuskegee Airmen

    Based on our most widely-viewed traveling exhibition, this lesson plan studies African American pilots and Civil Rights pioneers who flew in World War II combat missions for their country amidst racism and Jim Crow segregation at home.

  • Never Forget: An Introduction to the Holocaust

    Never Forget: An Introduction to the Holocaust

    The "Never Forget" teacher's guide, created in support of our newest traveling exhibition, is designed specifically to help you guide your 5th grade students through this difficult topic.

  • How War Shaped the Middle East

    How War Shaped the Middle East

    This teacher's guide is designed to educate students about the effects of war on the creation of the modern Middle East, specifically the foundation of the State of Israel.

  • Georgia in World War II: The Bell Bomber Plant

    Georgia in World War II: The Bell Bomber Plant

    Educate your students about the role Georgia played in WWII and its impact on the people of Marietta.

  • Beyond Rosie: Women in WWII

    Beyond Rosie: Women in WWII

    An in-depth exploration of the diverse experiences of American women in World War II.

  • Remembering Ravensbrück

    Remembering Ravensbrück

    Learn about the experience of women in the Holocaust through the case study of the Ravensbrück concentration camp.

  • Tragedy of War: Japanese American Internment

    Tragedy of War: Japanese American Internment

    This guide helps educate students about the history of this important period and asks students to consider a question that resonates today: At what point should the rights of citizens be limited or denied to ensure our nation is secure?

  • The Butterfly Project

    The Butterfly Project

    Honor, remember, and reflect on the 1.5 million young people who perished in the Holocaust by creating a butterfly in their memory.

  • Music in the Holocaust

    Music in the Holocaust

    Presented in partnership with the Kennesaw State University College of the Arts and the Georgia Humanities Council.

  • How Would You Vote?

    How Would You Vote?

    This activity helps your students understand why many voted for Hitler in the 1932 German elections.

  • Letters from Home

    Letters from Home

    Learn about V-Mail and honor a current service-person in this writing activity.

  • The Power of Propaganda

    The Power of Propaganda

    Learn about the use of propaganda in the 1930s and 1940s and practice and hone your students' visual literacy skills.

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