“The Hiding Place” Curriculum
Friday, Apr. 3, 2020 – Friday, May. 1, 2020
The Hiding Place is the true story of the Ten Boom family who were members of the Dutch Resistance during World War II. Their resistance group found shelter for dozens of Jews, including many children. Corrie Ten Boom helped children find a safe house or passed them on to a representative from another area. The Ten Booms also opened their home to a large amount of fugitives and Resistance workers.
Holocaust Museum Houston has created and collected resources for educators who are teaching The Hiding Place.
HISTORICAL CONTEXT OF THE HOLOCAUST
THEMATIC ANALYSIS OF “THE HIDING PLACE”
THE UNIVERSE OF OBLIGATION LESSON
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