Interview with Holocaust Survivor Suzanne Ripton

Suzanne Ripton, a Holocaust survivor who lives in the UK, discusses the traumatic after effects of her experiences, her hatred of the Nazis and why we should remember the Holocaust.

Suzanne Ripton, a Holocaust survivor who lives in the UK, discusses the traumatic after effects of her experiences, her hatred of the Nazis and why we should remember the Holocaust.

Teacher Notes

KS3, KS4, GCSE: discuss how the events and individuals involved have helped shape history and our understanding of history. What influences has it had on society, communities and relationships today? How has our understanding of history changed? Why is it important for these stories to be shared with new generations

Curriculum Notes

This topic appears in History at KS3 and KS4/GCSE in AQA, OCR A, OCR B, EDEXCEL, EDUQAS and WJEC GCSE in England and Wales,and CCEA GCSE in Northern Ireland. It is also on the curriculum for 2nd,3rd and 4th Level, National 4 and 5, and Higher in Scotland. It also appears in Modern Studies/PSHE/PDE at KS3 and KS4.