For a myriad of reasons,
teaching the Holocaust to anyone – especially youngsters – has never
been described as a “dream job” and yet five countries and a number of
American States, mandate educating youngsters about the Shoah and World
War II as part of school curricula.
One of the most popular – and successful – ways teachers have passed
on the lessons of the Holocaust to the next generation is by teaching
"The Diary of Anne Frank."