This research project is a 3 phase, multi-faceted project that can be used in any curriculum pertaining to the Holocaust. It has been created to use in conjunction with the "Hidden Pages" interactive webquest available online through Unsilence.org. This lesson is also adaptable to fit the needs of your classroom. It can be used to provide students with a broad perspective of several different topics relating to the Holocaust, or can be used to focus on several different topics at an in-depth level. This lesson exposes students to the experiences of other groups (as well as the Jews) who were victims of the Nazis. In the first phase, students work together to complete the webquest using the guide provided (we do the first couple of pages together as a class). The guide forces them to answer supplemental questions that keep them engaged throughout the process of the webquest. It took my juniors and seniors about 3 50 minute class periods to complete the webquest. They found it challenging, yet stated they enjoyed completing it. Upon completion, they should immediately begin research their assigned specific topic and developing their presentation for the class. I gave them 2-3 50 minute class periods to complete their presentations. As students were presenting, the audience is responsible for completing the audience participation sheet so they remain focused on the speakers and engaged in the content. While this could be used with 9th or 10th graders, they would need more guidance, or it could be adapted into a guided activity involving the class as a whole.