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Created by the UCL Institute for Advanced Studies, this lesson explores perpetration and collaboration using primary source material, interviews and expert discussion


Compromised Identities is an innovative and challenging online exhibition created by the UCL Institute for Advanced Studies which explores perpetration and collaboration during the era of the Holocaust using primary source material and interviews, alongside expert discussion from scholars such as Professor Mary Fulbrook, Dr Stephanie Rauch, Dr Christian Thonfeld and Dr Stephanie Bird.

In partnership, we at the UCL Centre for Holocaust Education have produced guidance intended for A Level students and teachers to make best use of this exhibition. This includes prompt questions to support students working independently and pedagogical guidance to support students in making use of the exhibition for their coursework.

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