Holocaust Matters draws upon The Long Night, Ernst Bornstein's account of surviving seven Nazi labour and extermination camps.

Holocaust Matters offers a window into the realities of Hitler's Holocaust and stimulates new perspectives on universal themes such as intolerance and standing up to injustice. 

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“You should read this crucial testimony. It is a terrifying personal account of an unspeakable clinical horror, all the more powerful for being told with remarkable self-restraint.” 

— JONATHAN DIMBLEBY, WRITER AND BROADCASTER

51%

of students incorrectly believe that the largest number of Jews murdered during the Holocaust came from Germany (correct answer Poland) 

55%

of students incorrectly think that the largest number of killings of Jewish people took place in Germany (rather than German-occupied Poland)

71%

of students recognised that Auschwitz was explicitly connected to the Holocaust, however knowledge of other camps such as Treblinka and Bergen-Belsen was very limited.

SOURCE: What do students know and understand about the Holocaust? Evidence from English secondary schoolS, Institute of education, University college london, 2015