Holocaust Resources

  • BBC: Witnessing the Holocaust

  • Fred R. Crawford Witness to the Holocaust Project Files

    The project's "aim was to collect eye witness accounts ... in order to refute claims that the Holocaust never occurred." The collection includes oral histories with liberators, survivors, and others; photographs, slides, and films donated

  • German Propaganda Archive

  • Holocaust and War Victims Tracing Center

    This is a "national clearinghouse for persons seeking the fates of loved ones missing since the Holocaust and its aftermath. ... [They] assist U.S. residents searching for proof of internment, forced/slave labor, or evacuation from former Soviet ...

  • Holocaust Denial - Questions and answers

  • Holocaust Encyclopedia

    This extensive collection of Holocaust information encompasses documents, oral histories, photographs, maps, historical video clips, and a timeline. While significant themes are covered in detail, hundreds of articles relate the events of the period with careful precision. The entry on Kristallnacht, for example, features personal histories, annotated photographs, artifacts, and maps, as well as an article explaining the event and its implications. Along with an overall history, individual topics such as the Camp System, Forced Labor, Ghettos, Children, and Non-Jewish Resistance among many others, document specific subjects.

  • Holocaust Encyclopedia: Warsaw

    Historical overview of the Holocaust in this city in Poland where the Warsaw Ghetto was established in 1940 with the decree that "required all Jewish residents of Warsaw to move into a designated area, which German authorities sealed off from

  • HOLOCAUST-Museum- United States Memorial

  • Jewish - Holocaust

    Collection of over 150 links (not annotated) to websites with information about the Jewish Holocaust. Covers history, teaching, stamps, survivor organizations, museums, and more. Includes links to material in English and several other languages.

  • Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation

    Most people have never heard of the 20,000-30,000 Jews who fought back against the Nazis as Jewish partisans. These Jews were responsible for thwarting the Nazi war machine in countless ways. This information has the power to transform people’s perception of the Jewish experience during the Holocaust.

    The mission of the JPEF is to develop and distribute effective educational materials about the Jewish partisans and their life lessons, bringing the celebration of heroic resistance against tyranny into educational and cultural organizations.

    JPEF’s goal is to engage and educate teens about the Jewish partisans. Recognizing that this learning can take place in a variety of settings, they’ve put together a variety of resources and materials.

  • Learning about the Holocaust through Art

    A "resource about the art of the Holocaust for researchers, educators, students and the wider public." Explore , containing the art works, is the heart of the site. It is browsable by artist and location and searchable by keyword, title, artist

  • Nazi Holocaust Propaganda

  • Simon Wiesenthal Center: Multimedia Learning Center

  • The Holocaust History Project

    This site presents "a free archive of documents, photographs, recordings, and [original] essays regarding the Holocaust, including direct refutation of Holocaust-denial." Features a question-and-answer email service as well as an archive of ...

  • The Holocaust: A Learning Site for Students

    Organized by theme, this site uses text, historical photographs, maps, images of artifacts, and audio clips to provide an overview of the Holocaust. It is the first step in a growing resource for middle and secondary level students and teachers.

  • The Jewish History Resource Center

    The Dinur Center for Research in Jewish History offers a site with thousands of staff-evaluated links in many categories. Users may search by time periods, topics, resources (maps, documents, etc.), or organizations. The site receives daily updates.
  • The Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation

    This site reveals a little-known aspect of Holocaust history by telling the story of Jews who escaped from the ghettos, becamepartisans, and fought the Nazis. The foundation is collecting archival material and oral histories from former partisans.

  • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Propaganda

    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. has created an excellent exhibition here on this site to complement the one at their headquarters about the role of propaganda in World War II.

  • Voices of the Holocaust

    "First-hand accounts of incredible tales of horror, survival, and liberation of 70 victims of Nazi atrocities and oppression during World War II. The interviewees included farmers, lawyers, artists, carpenters and others from all economic levels.

  • Women and the Holocaust: A Holocaust Education Resource for Teachers

    This collection of curriculum resources covers topics related to women and the Holocaust, such as women's survival in concentration camps, women artists in the Warsaw Ghetto, and resistance activities of women in camps. Resources are for middle and high school.

  • Yad Vashem: The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority

    The world's "largest and most comprehensive repository of information on the Holocaust," Yad Vashem was established in 1953 to impart "the legacy of the Holocaust for generations to come through its archives, library, school, museums ...