Chapter 19. In the 1930s | Adam's Blog
The LM&M takes you back in time on its 1930s train
Millions of ordinary people witnessed the crimes of the Holocaust. Across Europe, the Nazis found countless willing helpers who collaborated or were complicit in their crimes. What motives and pressures led so many to abandon their fellow human beings? Why did others choose to help?
Exploring the Culture of the Huli Wigmen Tribe
Anne Frank was one of the more than one million Jewish children who died in the Holocaust. She was born Annelies Marie Frank on June 12, 1929, in Frankfurt, Germany, to Otto and Edith Frank.
Time to resist callous behavior and crude language
Macassan: The Macassans, from the island of Sulawesi in Indonesia began visiting the north coast of Australia centuries ago. Their trade made the Yolngu a very powerful grouping economically. Such trading was stopped by the government in the 1906-07 season, and the economy of the region was destroyed by the imposition of Balanda law.
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Gumang: One of the many species of birdlife on the swamp, the Gumang, or Magpie Goose (anseranus semipalmata), is a black and white native goose which, being a significant food source in times gone by, is an important part of some ceremony. People still hunt Gumang on a limited basis these days, but with guns rather than spears or subterfuge.
The Great Depression, World War II, and the 1930s
Yolngu: The literal translation of Yolngu is simply, "the people", but it is used nowadays as a term to describe the group of Australian Indigenous people (Aboriginals) living in or originating from central and eastern Arnhem Land in Australia's Northern Territory.