WWII History - Germany & Poland

SCHOOL TOURS TO GERMANY & POLAND

Focusing on the Holocaust, this history school tour is most suitable for students visiting years 10 – 12. Visiting the many historical sites in Berlin associated with WWII and seeing the concentration camp sites of Germany and Poland will give students a full insight to wartime experience and the impact on the Jewish people. Educational history tours to Germany and Poland can be combined with religious studies and can be extended to other relevant destinations in Europe, including Austria, Czech Republic, France or the Netherlands.

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EDUCATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS

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Seeing historically relevant sites and cities helps students to utilise the knowledge gained in the classroom

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The students are exposed to, and can better understand the impact of the Holocaust

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Participants return with an enhanced interest in global issues as well as a broader general knowledge

CULTURAL HIGHLIGHTS

BERLIN

  • See the Brandenburg Gate, Kurfürstendamm, Berlin Wall and historic Checkpoint Charlie
  • Visit the Memorial of the Murdered Jews in Europe
  • Take a tour of the historical Olympia stadium which was built by the Nazis for the Olympic Games in 1936

NUREMBERG & MUNICH

  • Take a tour of the Nazi Rally Grounds and the Documentation Centre
  • Visit Dachau Concentration Camp near Munich
  • Take a trip to Berchtesgarden, a town located in the Bavarian Alps to visit Adolf Hitler’s vacation residence ‘Eagle’s Nest’

WARSAW

  • Visit the Warsaw Ghetto Monument
  • Visit Museum of the History of Polish Jews

KRAKOW

  • Visit the Auschwitz Death Camp Memorial
  • Take a Tour of the former death camps at Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II / Birkenau
  • Tour the former Gross Rosen Concentration Camp in Rogoznica
Holocaust Tours, Educational Tours, Berlin, Germany, School Tours

LET'S START PLANNING YOUR EDUCATIONAL TRIP TO GERMANY & POLAND!

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