Oath and Opposition: Education Under The Third Reich

What role did teachers play during the Holocaust?

Under the authority of the Third Reich, teachers were obligated to join the National Socialist Teacher’s League, which was responsible for carrying out the educational goals of the Nazi Party, and to take an oath of loyalty to the Führer, Adolf Hitler. Despite these obligations, though, teachers were still able to make individual choices. Some chose to comply with Nazi ideology, while others chose to act in opposition.

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has developed materials to help today’s educators explore the pressures teachers felt under the Nazi regime, the range of decisions individuals made in the face of those pressures, and the relevance of this history now.

Oath and Opposition Workshop Dates 2018-2019:

Date of Workshop Topic of Workshop Location of Workshop Registration Link

October 29, 2018

Oath and Opposition: Education in the Third Reich

Charlotte, NC

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