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    Japanese-American Internment (including Teaching guides)

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    Japan's Unit 731

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    Japanese War Crimes: Comfort Women

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    Jane Elliott's Blue Eyes/Brown Eyes experiment

    Note: class simulations about this are not encouraged and teachers who endeavor to do it should first consult with administrators about legal liabilities of the school district.

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    Janusz Korczak, Head of Orphanages in Warsaw Ghetto

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    Jehovah's Witnesses and Bible Scholars (Bibel-Forscher)

    Jehovah's Witnesses were victims of persecution in a number of countries including Germany and the United States before 1933. The most famous American case was: Minersville School District v. Gobitis (1940) regarding saluting the flag. However, the Nazis broke new ground with concentration camps and murder of Witnesses.

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    Jewish History

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    Jewish Rescuers of Jews During the Holocaust: A Neglected Subject

    Jewish Resistance and Armed Uprisings

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    Journalism and the Holocaust and Genocide

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    Jozef Mengele

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