Jackdaw Photo Collections each consist of twelve, extra-large, 17" x 22", black-and-white photographs illustrating an important historical subject. The photos are printed on glossy, heavy-duty stock ready to be easily displayed in classrooms, libraries, hallways and offices.
Each photograph in a collection is truly thought-provoking and directly involves the viewer. A detailed caption fully describes each photo and its source. Each Photo Collection includes an easy-to-use, open-ended, photo-analysis worksheet that may be reproduced for every student. With the help of this worksheet, students really get into the photos and see interesting things they otherwise might have missed. Each Photo Collection comes ready-to-use for a highly memorable experience.
- Mother and Son Wearing the “Jew” Label
- Jewish Children Arrive in England Before World War Ii
- Warsaw Ghetto Beggars: “They Sat Everywhere, and Begged”
- Jewish Children Board Train to Treblinka Concentration Camp
- After the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, Soldiers March Jews Away
- Women and Children March to Death Camp Train
- Gypsy Prisoners Awaiting Fate at Concentration Camp
- Hungarian Jews Walk to Gassing
- Buchenwald Survivor: “He Saw it All”
- At a Roll-call, a Young Survivor Waits for Freedom
- Youthful Jews after Liberation from Death Camp
- Gaunt Death Camp Survivors Face Liberators’ Cameras