We have a huge range of resources for educators available. You can search for a suitable resource using the three drop down menus - you can search for resources by the genocide which they focus on, the age group they are suitable for, or the year they were produced.

Our 2018 resources relate to the theme of The power of words.

If you have any questions about our education resources please email education@hmd.org.uk or call 020 7785 7029.

This lesson tells the story of Miep Gies, the remarkable woman who hid the family of Anne Frank.  Students have the opportunity...

Each time Ben Helfgott revisits Piotrkow, a town in Poland 26 miles away from Lodz, where he grew up, he notices how little the...

Cambodia is a country in South East Asia.  In the middle of the 20th century it stopped being a French colony and groups within...

Pierre Seel was born on 16 August 1923 in Mulhouse, Alsace, France.  He was the youngest of five sons and his parents ran a...

Trouble in the Balkans started in 1991 when Slovenia declared its independence from Yugoslavia.  The country of Yugoslavia was...

Ganed Ludwig Guttmann ar y 3ydd o Orffennaf 1899 i deulu o Iddewon Uniongred yng Ngogledd-Ddwyrain yr Almaen.  Roedd Guttmann yn...

Civilians found the sick and weak prisoners in the streets. The district nurse and doctor came to help them. The men had been thrown...

Marie Rose and Jean Louis are two people whose lives were changed forever in 1994 by horrible events.  They are not connected in...

Steven Frank was born in Amsterdam in the Netherlands.  In 1940 when he was five years old the Nazis invaded and occupied the...

These resources were produced for special educational needs (SEN) students for HMD 2012 around the theme of Speak Up,...