Chapter I: Like an Oak Tree
We meet Rachael, the storyteller, and her grandmother, Hana Dubova. Rachael introduces us to what led her
to recording her grandmother’s war story and how that turned into a decade-long journey to bring a family archive alive.
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- Appreciate the intergenerational impact of the Holocaust.
- Consider the role of upstanders during the Holocaust.
- Articulate how the lessons of the Holocaust are significant today.