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Siege of Leningrad Primary Source Analysis

Siege of Leningrad Primary Source Analysis
Siege of Leningrad Primary Source Analysis
Siege of Leningrad Primary Source Analysis
Siege of Leningrad Primary Source Analysis
Siege of Leningrad Primary Source Analysis
Siege of Leningrad Primary Source Analysis
Siege of Leningrad Primary Source Analysis
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Students read an account of the German Siege of Leningrad during World War 2 (WW2, WWII) and answer 6 questions. The last question has the students connect the siege and the Russians' memoirs to a current event. This is great for a sub and the answers are included where appropriate.

Sample questions include:
--Why was Hitler's decision to bypass Leningrad considered strategic?
--List at least 4 hardships faced by the Russians during this siege.
--Is cannibalism ever socially or morally understandable or acceptable? Explain your answer fully.
--How did people determined that life had become valuable again? Do you think that realization was a quick or lengthy process, explain your thinking.

You might be interested in one of my WW2 Bundles:
World War 2 Activities Mini Bundle
World War 2 Primary Source Analysis Mini Bundle
Combined Activities and Primary Source Bundle

Or any of the World War 2 activities on their own:
World War 2
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