History teacher, students turn classroom into Holocaust museum

04/17/2012 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

One day each year, history teacher Dan Robinson and his students at Las Vegas High School in Nevada transform their classroom into a Holocaust museum, complete with barbed wire, Nazi uniforms, nooses hanging from the ceiling, and "skeletal remains" in an oven. "Those events and that time period created our world today," Robinson said of World War II. "It has to be remembered ... I'm just trying to pass on my passion of history to the kids."

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