Holocaust Museum Websites

Budapest Holocaust Memorial Center

The theme of the permanent exhibition is the Holocaust in Hungary. Its aim is to present and describe the persecution, suffering and murdering of Hungarian citizens, Jews and Roma, doomed to be exterminated on the basis of a racist ideology. The leading idea of the exhibition is to shed light on the relation between the state and the citizen.

Candles Holocaust Museum and Education Center

CANDLES is an acronym for Children of Auschwitz Nazi Deadly Lab Experiments Survivors. The CANDLES organization was founded in 1984 by Eva Mozes Kor with help from her twin sister, Miriam Mozes Zieger, to launch an effort to locate other surviving Mengele twins. As a result of their efforts, Eva and Miriam were able to locate 122 individual Mengele twins living in ten countries and four continents. The search for more twins continues to this day. In 1995, Eva opened the CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Terre Haute. In 2003, the museum was firebombed by an arsonist and burned to the ground. With support from the community and organizations, a new museum building opened in 2005 and remains an important part of the community today.

Chamber of the Holocaust Museum (Israel)

The Chamber of the Holocaust Museum is located on Mt. Zion in Jerusalem.  The Chamber of the Holocaust predates Yad Vashem as Israel’s museum dedicated to Holocaust remembrance.  This interactive website offers galleries, movies, and other Holocaust-related images and information.

Dallas Holocaust Museum

Founded in 1984, the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance is dedicated to teaching the history of the Holocaust and advancing human rights to combat prejudice, hatred and indifference. The Museum has been recognized for its compelling and creative programming, internationally recognized exhibits, and world-class speakers. 

El Paso Holocaust Museum

The El Paso Holocaust Museum works to educate the public and combat prejudice through Holocaust education.  This website contains information about the museum and news and events related to Holocaust issues in the El Paso area.

Florida Holocaust Museum

This museum website contains information about museum location, hours, and exhibits, as well as virtual exhibits, a virtual press room, a store, and “sneak peeks” at current museum exhibits.

Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus

The Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus has been teaching about the Holocaust and its legacy for more than 25 years, and its building, exhibits and programs have been receiving international accolades and heartfelt thanks from our millions of visitors. The visitor will have experienced a brief exposure to the most researched era in human history - revealing a flourishing culture and its brutal suppression, a chronicle of admirable and heroic rescuers and abject executioners. Through our exhibits the past casts its light and shadows into the present.

Holocaust Museum Houston

This website contains information about the Holocaust Museum Houston’s exhibits, bookstore, and archives, as well as a program calendar.  It also contains a list of links to human rights organizations and holocaust resources.

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust (LAMOTH) has a two-fold mission that has remained constant since its inception in 1961: commemoration and education. LAMOTH dedicates itself as a primary source institution, one that commemorates those who perished and honors those who survived by housing the precious artifacts that miraculously weathered the Holocaust. LAMOTH provides free Holocaust education to the public, particularly students from underfunded schools and underserved communities. We are committed to providing opportunities for dialogue with Holocaust Survivors, who are the living embodiment of history

Midwest Center for Holocaust Education (MCHE)

The Midwest Center for Holocaust Education (MCHE) seeks to educate the public about the Holocaust and to prevent future genocide.  MCHE offers community exhibits, lectures and programs, as well as a library and resource center for Holocaust education purposes.  There is also access to a speakers’ bureau and information on the White Rose Student Essay Contest on the site, as well as links to Holocaust resources and a special link for educators.

Safe Haven Holocaust Refugee Shelter Museum

Safe Haven Holocaust Refugee Shelter Museum is dedicated to keeping alive the stories of the 982 refugees from World War II who were allowed into the United States as "guests" of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. These refugees were housed at Fort Ontario in Oswego, New York, from August 1944 until February 1946.

Simon Wiesenthal Center

The Simon Wiesenthal Center was established in 1977 to serve as an international Jewish human rights center dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust through education and social action.  The Simon Wiesenthal Center’s website features digital Holocaust resource archives,  information on contemporary human rights issues, and links to the New York Tolerance Center, the Center for Human Dignity in Jerusalem, and other social justice organizations.

St. Louis Holocaust Museum

The St. Louis Holocaust Museum’s website offers information about the museum’s exhibits and provides links to other Holocaust information websites.  The site also provides information about Holocaust related events and activities in the St. Louis area.

The Anne Frank Center USA

The Ann Frank Center USA, located in New York City, offers educational programs, exhibitions, workshops and traveling exhibits.  The website offers information about The Ann Frank Center’s workshops and exhibits, as well as links to Ann Frank websites, awards granted by the Ann Frank Center, and news and updates related to the Holocaust.

The Anne Frank House

The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is a museum dedicated to the memory of Anne Frank and the Holocaust.  The museum’s website has an interactive overview of Anne Frank’s life and the time spent living in the house with many photographs and quotations, and the website also features a guestbook and the opportunity to shop for Anne Frank books, CDs, and postcards online.

The Ghetto Fighters’ Museum (Israel)

This is the website for The Ghetto Fighters’ Museum and the adjoining Yad LaYeled Museum between Akko and Nahariya.  The museum, founded in 1949 by Holocaust survivors, houses information about Jews in the 20th century and educates the public about Jewish resistance movements including the organized uprisings of Jews in ghettos and camps, and Jews who fought in partisan units and the armies of the Allied forces.  The website offers museum information as well as information about the museum’s archives and educational programs.

The Holocaust Memorial Center

The Holocaust Memorial Center, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, offers synopses for Holocaust survivor interviews, a menu of library and archive materials, and an “About the Holocaust” link containing introductory information about the Holocaust and exhibits at the Memorial Center

Kazerne Dossin: Memorial, Museum and Documentation Centre on Holocaust and Human Rights (Belgium)

This Belgian museum is located at the starting point of a Holocaust-era deportation route where the Reich’s security detachment set up its assembly camp at the Dossin barracks in Mechelen.  This museum is dedicated to Holocaust remembrance and the commemoration of the deportation of Belgian Jews to concentration camps.

The Sydney Jewish Museum (Australia)

This Sydney Jewish Museum specializes in the Holocaust and Australian Jewish history.  The website offers information about the museum and its exhibits, as well as educational programs related to the museum.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum offers information about the exhibits in its Washington, D.C. museum as well as exhibits across the United States.  The website also contains research tools including a Holocaust Encyclopedia, personal histories of those involved in the Holocaust, and online museum exhibitions.

Virginia Holocaust Museum

The Virginia Holocaust Museum offers information about the museum’s exhibits as well as an “Ask A Survivor” feature that allows site visitors to ask questions answered by Holocaust survivors, teaching resources, and a research library catalog.  The site also contains a shop featuring Holocaust related art and literature.

Yad Vashem Website

Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, was established in 1953 to document the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust period.  Located on Har Hazikaron, the Mount of Remembrance, in Jerusalem, Yad Vashem is one of the most expansive and in-depth Holocaust museums in the world.  This website links to Yad Vashem materials, including databases and research archives.

Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre

The Vancouver Holocaust Education Centre is a teaching museum that delivers Holocaust based anti-racism programming through its exhibits, school programs, teacher conferences, student symposia, outreach speakers program, teaching materials and public programs.

Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum (Poland)

The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum houses the International Centre for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust which involves cooperation with young people and teachers from Poland and abroad, as well as with Polish and foreign research institutes. ICEAH organizes post-graduate studies, seminars, special topic conferences, study tours and travel, workshops and symposia for teachers and young people from Poland and abroad. Lectures and classes are given by museum research staff and tutors at higher institutes of education.

Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site (Germany)

This camp served as a model for all later concentration camps and as a "school of violence" for the SS men under whose command it stood.  The website links to libraries, archives, scholarly works, books, videos  and has contact information for further research.

Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre

The Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre collects, preserves and archives the oral histories of Montreal survivors. It offers a Holocaust Education Series, Speaker’s Bureau and a collection of artifacts.

Virtual Museums and Galleries

About.com Holocaust Pictures Collection
A large collection of pictures of the Holocaust, including pictures of the concentration camps, death camps, prisoners, children, ghettos, displaced persons, Einsatzgruppen (mobile killing squads), Hitler, and other Nazi officials.

Baral Family Picture Memorial
Photographs collected and edited by Mr. Martin Baral. The photographs show members of the Baral, Feuer and Ehrlich Families from Cracow Poland and the vicinity, most of whom perished in the Shoah.

Centropa Database of Jewish Memory
Between 2000 and 2010, we interviewed 1,200 Jewish Holocaust survivors still living in Central and Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union and the Balkans. We digitized 22,000 of their photographs and asked them to tell us their stories about the entire 20th century--as they lived it. Their stories can be found through this website translated into English (some are in German and/or Hungarian).

Chamber of the Holocaust Museum (Israel)
The Chamber of the Holocaust Museum is located on Mt. Zion in Jerusalem. The Chamber of the Holocaust predates Yad Vashem as Israel’s museum dedicated to Holocaust remembrance. This interactive website offers galleries, movies, and other Holocaust-related images and information.

Holocaust Night: A HistoryWiz Exhibit
A collection of photographs from the Holocaust with written descriptions.

Holocaust Pictures Exhibition
Francois Schmitz and Daniel Keren scanned photographs from the Holocaust and wrote descriptions. Those images and captions are available on this website.

Holocaust Survivors and Remembrance Network
The purpose of this "Forget You Not"™ project is to disseminate and publicize the most important available online Holocaust webpages that we can find. We do this by referencing and placing direct links to the selected webpages that can be seen in their entirety through our specially designed frameset "windows." The selected links are being grouped into ten (10) subject-pages that are listed in our Table of Contents (TOC) which forms the site's skeleton. Some of the posted links may appear in more than one subject-page.

Holocaust: The Untold Story
The Newseum program began in 1997 to provide the public with an interactive museum of news, including this internet museum exhibit. This online Newseum exhibit explores the Holocaust through a documentary that premiered on The History Channel in 2001.

KZ Gusen Memorial Committee Digital Archive
The KZ Gusen Memorial Committee Digital Archive’s purpose is to honor the 40,000 victims of KZ Gusen I, II, and III. The archive wishes to make what meager amends are possible to the survivors and their families by disseminating information about these once forgotten camps in Upper Austria  

Labor and the Holocaust: The Jewish Labor Committee and the Anti-Nazi Struggle
The New York University Jewish Labor Committee archive containing 850 boxes of Jewish Labor Committee records, documentation, photographs, posters and graphics has been cataloged by NYU archivists. This online exhibit offers users a portfolio of a hundred photographs and documents from the Jewish Labor Committee Collection to create a chronological view of the Jewish Labor Committee from its origins to the end of the Holocaust and through reconstruction and postwar aid efforts. The site also offers viewers a bibliography of additional resources for research purposes.

Learning About the Holocaust Through Art
The Learning About the Holocaust Through Art website provides users with a browse-able digitized art collection and offers learning materials and interactive tools to incorporate the artwork into educational materials. The website’s art archive can be searched by artist, location, or subject.

Remember.org
Remember.org is a “cybrary” of Holocaust information and materials including a virtual tour of Auschwitz and Birkenau, images of other concentration camps, a search-and-unite site for Holocaust survivors, and educational materials for researchers and teachers.

Simon Wiesenthal Center
The Simon Wiesenthal Center was established in 1977 to serve as an international Jewish human rights center dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust through education and social action. The Simon Wiesenthal Center’s website features digital Holocaust resource archives, information on contemporary human rights issues, and links to the New York Tolerance Center, the Center for Human Dignity in Jerusalem, and other social justice organizations.

The Holocaust Album
This collection of historical and contemporary photographs related to the Holocaust includes links with information and images from the Death March, Holocaust survivor Solly Ganor and the Sugihara Family who saved thousands of Jews from the Nazis. There are also pictures of a return visit made by Holocaust survivors to Germany.

The Mazal Library
The Mazal Library is a resource for historians, researchers, students and the general public containing 20,000 books, microfilm rolls, pamphlets, and ephemera related to the Holocaust, bigotry and anti-semitism, including 70,000 original documents that were used in the Nuremburg Trials. The cyber-library section of the webpage will contain searchable text of the 42 volumes of the International Military Tribunal; the 15 volumes of the Nuernburg Military Tribunal, and the 11 volumes of the Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression. The archives contain PDF versions of various photographs and documents pertaining to the Holocaust.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum offers information about the exhibits in its Washington, D.C. museum as well as exhibits across the United States. The website also contains research tools including a Holocaust Encyclopedia, personal histories of those involved in the Holocaust, and online museum exhibitions.

Yad Vashem Website
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, was established in 1953 to document the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust period. Located on Har Hazikaron, the Mount of Remembrance, in Jerusalem, Yad Vashem is one of the most expansive and in-depth Holocaust museums in the world. This website links to Yad Vashem materials, including databases and research archives.

International Holocaust Websites

Aish.com Holocaust Studies Page (Israel)
A collection of articles, videos, timelines, and other resources on the Holocaust provided by the Israeli-based Aish.com.

Chamber of the Holocaust Museum (Israel)
The Chamber of the Holocaust Museum is located on Mt. Zion in Jerusalem. The Chamber of the Holocaust predates Yad Vashem as Israel’s museum dedicated to Holocaust remembrance. This interactive website offers galleries, movies, and other Holocaust-related images and information.

Holocaust Memorial Day Website (England)
This England-based website serves as a center for those in England planning Holocaust Memorial Day events. It contains information about upcoming Holocaust-related events, offering educational resources such as survivor stories and images, and activities planning packets for those planning Holocaust remembrance events in England. 

KZ Gusen Memorial Committee (Austria)
The Gusen Memorial Committee (GMC) is a registered Austrian association (Reg. No. 956593891) that is dedicated to: the advancement of science-based research and the didactical mediating of the history of the former national socialist concentration camp complex St. Georgen-Gusen-Mauthausen; the advancement of the perpetuation of the remembrance of the tens of thousands of victims of the former KZ Gusen I. II & III concentration camps; and the Support of KZ Gusen survivors in need.

Massuah (Israel)
Massuah, the Institute for the Study of the Holocaust Memorial to Members of Zionist Youth Movements in Disaster and Revolt, is a school of Holocaust education in Israel. The Massuah complex contains classrooms, an archive, a library and an educational museum. Massuah offers seminars, teacher training programs, and educational programs. 

The Beth Shalom Holocaust Web Center (England)
The Beth Shalom Holocaust Web Center contains links to the Holocaust Memorial and Education Centre, a memorial and research center dedicated to the history and implications of the Holocaust and a Holocaust resources bookstore. The site also provides access to Aegis, a genocide information website, and “Remembering For the Future”, a Beth Shalom sponsored scholarly forum focusing on Holocaust and genocide issues.

The Ghetto Fighters’ Museum (Israel)
This is the website for The Ghetto Fighters’ Museum and the adjoining Yad LaYeled Museum between Akko and Nahariya. The museum, founded in 1949 by Holocaust survivors, houses information about Jews in the 20th century and educates the public about Jewish resistance movements including the organized uprisings of Jews in ghettos and camps, and Jews who fought in partisan units and the armies of the Allied forces. The website offers museum information as well as information about the museum’s archives and educational programs. 

Kazerne Dossin: Memorial, Museum and Documentation Centre on Holocaust and Human Rights (Belgium)
This Belgian museum is located at the starting point of a Holocaust-era deportation route where the Reich’s security detachment set up its assembly camp at the Dossin barracks in Mechelen. This museum is dedicated to Holocaust remembrance and the commemoration of the deportation of Belgian Jews to concentration camps. 

The Shoah Project (Holland)
This Dutch website provides information about the concentration camp in Dachau, the resistance group The White Rose, and other Holocaust history resources. 

The Sydney Jewish Museum (Australia)
This Sydney Jewish Museum specializes in the Holocaust and Australian Jewish history. The website offers information about the museum and its exhibits, as well as educational programs related to the museum.

World Holocaust Forum
The World Holocaust Forum Foundation is an international organization dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust and its important lessons for all of humanity. The Foundation has been charged with two major functions. The first of which is the organization and administration of International Holocaust Forums on a continuing basis. The Foundation’s second major function is the creation and administration of the European Holocaust education program.

Yad Vashem Website
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, was established in 1953 to document the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust period. Located on Har Hazikaron, the Mount of Remembrance, in Jerusalem, Yad Vashem is one of the most expansive and in-depth Holocaust museums in the world. This website links to Yad Vashem materials, including databases and research archives.

Holocaust Education Resources: For Teachers

A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust, a resource for teachers, presents three perspectives: "Timeline", "People", and "The Arts". The website also contains guidelines for Holocaust study and an archive of teacher materials and student activities related to the Holocaust.

Cassutto Memorial Lesson Plan
This lesson is intended to supplement any teacher's implementation of the standard Holocaust Education curriculum. It involves the integration of basic historical research, oral history, creative writing, and analysis of primary and secondary documentation.

Fortunoff Video Archives for Holocaust Testimonies
Yale's Holocaust video, created by the Holocaust Survivors Film Project, Inc. collects videotaped testimonies of Holocaust survivors, including those in the Emmy award-winning documentary "Forever Yesterday" and "About the Holocaust", a documentary for secondary schools. These testimonial videos are currently housed at Yale University's Sterling Memorial Library. 

Holocaust Educational Foundation
The Holocaust Education Foundation is a non-profit organization created to preserve and promote Holocaust awareness by facilitating teaching and scholarship at the college and university level. The Foundation offers programs including research fellowships, summer institutes, seminars, conferences, and visiting lecturer opportunities.

Holocaust Teaching Resource Center
The Holocaust Teaching Resource Center, supported by the Holocaust Education Foundation, offers educators with lesson plans, curricula, teachers' manuals, and activities designed to educate students of all ages (kindergarten through college) about the Holocaust. Full page documents are available for printout and use in classroom settings. 

House of the Wannsee Conference Memorial and Educational SiteIn this house – a former industrialist’s villa built in 1915 and used from 1941 to 1945 by the SS as a conference centre and guest house – on 20th January 1942, fifteen high-ranking representatives of the SS, the NSDAP and various ministries met to discuss their cooperation in the planned deportation and murder of the European Jews. The House of the Wannsee Conference Memorial and Educational Site was finally opened in January 1992 on the 50th anniversary of the Wannsee Conference.

Massuah (Israel)
Massuah, the Institute for the Study of the Holocaust Memorial to Members of Zionist Youth Movements in Disaster and Revolt, is a school of Holocaust education in Israel. The Massuah complex contains classrooms, an archive, a library and an educational museum. Massuah offers seminars, teacher training programs, and educational programs. 

Midwest Center for Holocaust Education (MCHE)
The Midwest Center for Holocaust Education (MCHE) seeks to educate the public about the Holocaust and to prevent future genocide. MCHE offers community exhibits, lectures and programs, as well as a library and resource center for Holocaust education purposes. There is also access to a speakers' bureau and information on the White Rose Student Essay Contest on the site, as well as links to Holocaust resources and a special link for educators. 

Project Witness Educators Page
Project Witness provides a variety of tools and resources to respond to concerns of how to teach the Holocaust to children. From the Witness to History textbook, which offers teachers, students, and lay readers a comprehensive analysis of events before, during, and after the Holocaust, to the Rechnitz Remember the Children Passport Program, which ensures that the one and a half million young people who perished in the Holocaust are never forgotten, Project Witness is there to help individuals of all ages recognize the ongoing relevance of the Holocaust.

Shaked Lectures on the Holocaust
A collection of the lectures by Edith Shaked at Pima Community College on “The Holocaust – The Assault on Humanity: From Prejudice and Ideology to Murder, Genocide & Shoah.

Simon Wiesenthal Center
The Simon Wiesenthal Center was established in 1977 to serve as an international Jewish human rights center dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust through education and social action. The Simon Wiesenthal Center's website features digital Holocaust resource archives, information on contemporary human rights issues, and links to the New York Tolerance Center, the Center for Human Dignity in Jerusalem, and other social justice organizations.

South Carolina Educational Television Holocaust Forum
This internet forum was created through a grant from the South Carolina Council on the Holocaust. Its goal is to provide Holocaust-related teaching resources to educators. Curriculum packages and teachers guides are available on the website, including handouts and video resources. The curriculum materials also include a Holocaust timeline and glossary. Finally, a Holocaust Library is available through the Educational Television Holocaust Forum.

Teaching the Holocaust Through Stamps
This website offers an educational lesson plan and resources guide for an interdisciplinary and computerized learning experience. The program utilizes stamps, pictures, texts, and paintings by children in the Holocaust to educate students about the Holocaust.

The Beth Shalom Holocaust Web Center
The Beth Shalom Holocaust Web Centre acts as a central hub for three distinct main sites: Holocaustcentre.net explains the nature and purpose of the Beth Shalom Holocaust Centre, and provides the opportunity for people to access its services and become involved in its work. Holocausthistory.net provides a modular introduction to the Holocaust in its historical context. Aimed primarily at secondary school pupils, it is useful for anyone encountering the subject for the first time. Holocaustbookstore.net is a highly professional online retail store run by Beth Shalom, specialising exclusively in Holocaust and Genocide related books and resources. Any profits from this site are used directly to support the work of the Beth Shalom Holocaust Centre.

The Ghetto Fighters' Museum (Israel)
This is the website for The Ghetto Fighters' Museum and the adjoining Yad LaYeled Museum between Akko and Nahariya. The museum, founded in 1949 by Holocaust survivors, houses information about Jews in the 20th century and educates the public about Jewish resistance movements including the organized uprisings of Jews in ghettos and camps, and Jews who fought in partisan units and the armies of the Allied forces. The website offers museum information as well as information about the museum's archives and educational programs.

The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous
The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous provides financial support to aged and needy non-Jews who rescued Jewish refugees during the Holocaust. The Jewish Foundation also provides educational materials about those non-Jews who aided Jews during the Holocaust and the website contains a bookstore and news updates about these men and women.

The Sydney Jewish Museum (Australia)
This Sydney Jewish Museum specializes in the Holocaust and Australian Jewish history. The website offers information about the museum and its exhibits, as well as educational programs related to the museum.

Torah Tots Holocaust Memorial for Children
A memorial website for children on the Holocaust, including historical information, poetry, pictures, and stories presented in a sensitive manner for children.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum offers information about the exhibits in its Washington, D.C. museum as well as exhibits across the United States. The website also contains research tools including a Holocaust Encyclopedia, personal histories of those involved in the Holocaust, and online museum exhibitions. 

US Holocaust Museum Educators’ Toolbox
The website of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum offers a vast array of resources for teachers: articles; photos; videos; animated maps; and, online exhibitions.  This Guide will help you to navigate the site to make the best use of the resources available whether you are teaching a course on the Holocaust or preparing to bring your students to the Museum.

Washington State Holocaust Education Resource Center (WSHERC)
WSHERC offers educational materials for teaching about the Holocaust, as well as a lending and research library of books, videos and CDs. WSHERC also organizes public exhibits and programs and publishes a newsletter focusing on Holocaust-related educational issues. WSHERC's Online Teaching & Learning Center allows site visitors to access a variety of Holocaust teaching materials.

Yad Vashem Website
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, was established in 1953 to document the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust period. Located on Har Hazikaron, the Mount of Remembrance, in Jerusalem, Yad Vashem is one of the most expansive and in-depth Holocaust museums in the world. This website links to Yad Vashem materials, including databases and research archives.

Echoes and Reflections: A multimedia curriculum on the Holocaust
Echoes and Reflections is a multimedia curriculum on the Holocaust developed by the Anti-Defamation League, USC Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education, and Yad Vashem.

Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center
The Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center teaches the lessons of the Holocaust to teachers, students, and the Westchester community. The website offers teacher's resources, curriculums and films.

Holocaust Education Resources: Contests for Students

Holocaust Remembrance Project
The Holocaust Remembrance Project is an essay contest for high school students funded by the Holland & Knight Charitable Foundation. Scholarships and prizes are awarded to winning students writing about the annually selected Holocaust/human rights-related theme. 

Midwest Center for Holocaust Education (MCHE)
The Midwest Center for Holocaust Education (MCHE) seeks to educate the public about the Holocaust and to prevent future genocide. MCHE offers community exhibits, lectures and programs, as well as a library and resource center for Holocaust education purposes. There is also access to a speakers’ bureau and information on the White Rose Student Essay Contest on the site, as well as links to Holocaust resources and a special link for educators. 

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum offers information about the exhibits in its Washington, D.C. museum as well as exhibits across the United States. The website also contains research tools including a Holocaust Encyclopedia, personal histories of those involved in the Holocaust, and online museum exhibitions. 

Holocaust Research Materials: Historical Information

Chamber of the Holocaust Museum (Israel)
The Chamber of the Holocaust Museum is located on Mt. Zion in Jerusalem. The Chamber of the Holocaust predates Yad Vashem as Israel’s museum dedicated to Holocaust remembrance. This interactive website offers galleries, movies, and other Holocaust-related images and information.

Facing History Holocaust Section
The website allows you to explore the events that led to the systematic murder of six million Jews and millions of other innocent victims. Discover the stories of survivors, witnesses, and rescuers that raise essential questions about the nature of human behavior.

Holocaust Educational Foundation
The Holocaust Education Foundation is a non-profit organization created to preserve and promote Holocaust awareness by facilitating teaching and scholarship at the college and university level. The Foundation offers programs including research fellowships, summer institutes, seminars, conferences, and visiting lecturer opportunities.

Holocaust Survivors
The Holocaust Survivors website focuses on survivors of the Holocaust, featuring survivors' stories, voice recordings and photographs, as well as an encyclopedia and historical introduction to the Holocaust. The website also contains a visitor discussion page.

Labor and the Holocaust: The Jewish Labor Committee and the Anti-Nazi Struggle
The New York University Jewish Labor Committee archive containing 850 boxes of Jewish Labor Committee records, documentation, photographs, posters and graphics has been cataloged by NYU archivists. This online exhibit offers users a portfolio of a hundred photographs and documents from the Jewish Labor Committee Collection to create a chronological view of the Jewish Labor Committee from its origins to the end of the Holocaust and through reconstruction and postwar aid efforts. The site also offers viewers a bibliography of additional resources for research purposes.

NAAF Holocaust Project
The NAAF website contains and interactive timeline. For every year on the chart, there are a series of events by date, denoting the major events associated with the Holocaust. There is also an opportunity, at the end of the timeline, to add a Kadish flame to the website's "memorial scroll".

Nazi-Era Provenance Internet Portal
A searchable registry of objects in U.S. museum collections that changed hands in Continental Europe during the Nazi era (1933-1945). There are currently 29596 objects from 179 participating museums listed in the Portal. 

Radzilow Memorial
A website memorial to the once-vibrant Jewish Shtetl of Radzilow, containing historical information about the Jewish community, the Holocaust, and records of the Jewish families and their descendants.

The Anne Frank House
The Anne Frank House in Amsterdam is a museum dedicated to the memory of Anne Frank and the Holocaust. The museum's website has an interactive overview of Anne Frank's life and the time spent living in the house with many photographs and quotations, and the website also features a guestbook and the opportunity to shop for Anne Frank books, CDs, and postcards online.

The Holocaust Chronicle
This website contains a digital version of The Holocaust Chronicle, a not-for-profit volume evaluated by professional Holocaust scholars. The website can be viewed by page or through key word searches and contains images, sidebar essays, maps, and a timeline of Holocaust-related events from 1000 B.C. through 1999.

The Holocaust History Project 
The Holocaust History Project offers an archive of Holocaust related documents, photographs, recordings, and essays. The site also contains Holocaust-denial information and refutation.

The Mazal Library
The Mazal Library is a resource for historians, researchers, students and the general public containing 20,000 books, microfilm rolls, pamphlets, and ephemera related to the Holocaust, bigotry and anti-semitism, including 70,000 original documents that were used in the Nuremburg Trials. The cyber-library section of the webpage will contain searchable text of the 42 volumes of the International Military Tribunal; the 15 volumes of the Nuernburg Military Tribunal, and the 11 volumes of the Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression. The archives contain PDF versions of various photographs and documents pertaining to the Holocaust.

Kazerne Dossin: Memorial, Museum and Documentation Centre on Holocaust and Human Rights (Belgium)
This Belgian museum is located at the starting point of a Holocaust-era deportation route where the Reich's security detachment set up its assembly camp at the Dossin barracks in Mechelen. This museum is dedicated to Holocaust remembrance and the commemoration of the deportation of Belgian Jews to concentration camps.

The Nizkor Project
This website is dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust and monitoring Holocaust-denial and misinformation. The site contains Holocaust research guides, information about people involved with the Holocaust, information about the Nuremburg Trials, and links to Holocaust-related organizations and Shofar FTP Archives.

The Nuremburg War Crimes Trials
Yale Law School's Avalon Project has published the proceedings of the Nuremburg War Crimes Trials on its website. The documents include trial motions, orders of the tribunal, presentation of cases, testimony of witnesses and final reports related to the Nuremburg Trials. The site also contains documents from subsequent proceedings and other key documents related to the Nuremburg proceedings.

The Shoah Project (Holland)
This Dutch website provides information about the concentration camp in Dachau, the resistance group The White Rose, and other Holocaust history resources.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum offers information about the exhibits in its Washington, D.C. museum as well as exhibits across the United States. The website also contains research tools including a Holocaust Encyclopedia, personal histories of those involved in the Holocaust, and online museum exhibitions. 

Witness to the Holocaust Project
The Fred Roberts Crawford Witness to the Holocaust Project files document the liberation of concentration camps at the end of World War II. The collection consists of 43 boxes of transcripts, documentation, photographs, audiotapes, films, and videotapes housed in the Woodruff Library of Emory University. This website offers a selection of materials from that collection to create a multimedia virtual library of Holocaust materials.

Women and the Holocaust-A Cyberspace of Their Own
This website contains information about women in the Holocaust. The site features testimonies, poetry, scholarly writing, a "women of valor" section, personal reflection, and other research aids.

Yad Vashem Website
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, was established in 1953 to document the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust period. Located on Har Hazikaron, the Mount of Remembrance, in Jerusalem, Yad Vashem is one of the most expansive and in-depth Holocaust museums in the world. This website links to Yad Vashem materials, including databases and research archives.

Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation
JPEF develops and distributes educational materials about the Jewish partisans, bringing their history into educational and cultural organizations. They have resources for educators with curriculums, films, a Partisan interview archive and information about women in the partisans.

Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum (Poland)
The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum houses the International Centre for Education about Auschwitz and the Holocaust which involves cooperation with young people and teachers from Poland and abroad, as well as with Polish and foreign research institutes. ICEAH organizes post-graduate studies, seminars, special topic conferences, study tours and travel, workshops and symposia for teachers and young people from Poland and abroad. Lectures and classes are given by museum research staff and tutors at higher institutes of education. 

Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum
This section of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum has an International Tracing Service, guides for conducting Holocaust research and information on fellowships, seminars, courses, internships, collections, encyclopedias and publications.

University of Southern California Shoah Foundation Institute
This website offers an array of educational services including digital access to its entire archive, visual histories for the higher education and secondary education classrooms, visual history training, visual history collections and documentaries.

Holocaust Research Materials: Libraries & Virtual Libraries

Massuah (Israel)
Massuah, the Institute for the Study of the Holocaust Memorial to Members of Zionist Youth Movements in Disaster and Revolt, is a school of Holocaust education in Israel. The Massuah complex contains classrooms, an archive, a library and an educational museum. Massuah offers seminars, teacher training programs, and educational programs. 

Remember.org
Remember.org is a “cybrary” of Holocaust information and materials including a virtual tour of Auschwitz and Birkenau, images of other concentration camps, a search-and-unite site for Holocaust survivors, and educational materials for researchers and teachers. 

Simon Wiesenthal Center
The Simon Wiesenthal Center was established in 1977 to serve as an international Jewish human rights center dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust through education and social action. The Simon Wiesenthal Center’s website features digital Holocaust resource archives, information on contemporary human rights issues, and links to the New York Tolerance Center, the Center for Human Dignity in Jerusalem, and other social justice organizations. 

Labor and the Holocaust: The Jewish Labor Committee and the Anti-Nazi Struggle
The New York University Jewish Labor Committee archive containing 850 boxes of Jewish Labor Committee records, documentation, photographs, posters and graphics has been cataloged by NYU archivists. This online exhibit offers users a portfolio of a hundred photographs and documents from the Jewish Labor Committee Collection to create a chronological view of the Jewish Labor Committee from its origins to the end of the Holocaust and through reconstruction and postwar aid efforts. The site also offers viewers a bibliography of additional resources for research purposes.

The Ghetto Fighters’ Museum (Israel)
This is the website for The Ghetto Fighters’ Museum and the adjoining Yad LaYeled Museum between Akko and Nahariya. The museum, founded in 1949 by Holocaust survivors, houses information about Jews in the 20th century and educates the public about Jewish resistance movements including the organized uprisings of Jews in ghettos and camps, and Jews who fought in partisan units and the armies of the Allied forces. The website offers museum information as well as information about the museum’s archives and educational programs. 

The Holocaust History Project
The Holocaust History Project offers an archive of Holocaust related documents, photographs, recordings, and essays. The site also contains Holocaust-denial information and refutation. 

The Holocaust Memorial Center
The Holocaust Memorial Center, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, offers synopses for Holocaust survivor interviews, a menu of library and archive materials, and an “About the Holocaust” link containing introductory information about the Holocaust and exhibits at the Memorial Center.

The Mazal Library
The Mazal Library is a resource for historians, researchers, students and the general public containing 20,000 books, microfilm rolls, pamphlets, and ephemera related to the Holocaust, bigotry and anti-semitism, including 70,000 original documents that were used in the Nuremburg Trials. The cyber-library section of the webpage will contain searchable text of the 42 volumes of the International Military Tribunal; the 15 volumes of the Nuernburg Military Tribunal, and the 11 volumes of the Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression. The archives contain PDF versions of various photographs and documents pertaining to the Holocaust.

Voice Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive
The University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Dr. Sidney Bolkosky interviewed Holocaust survivors and recorded their testimony. The tapes, transcripts, and audio versions of those interviews are available through the Voice Vision website.

The Nuremburg War Crimes Trials
Yale Law School's Avalon Project has published the proceedings of the Nuremburg War Crimes Trials on its website. The documents include trial motions, orders of the tribunal, presentation of cases, testimony of witnesses and final reports related to the Nuremburg Trials. The site also contains documents from subsequent proceedings and other key documents related to the Nuremburg proceedings.

Witness to the Holocaust Project
The Fred Roberts Crawford Witness to the Holocaust Project files document the liberation of concentration camps at the end of World War II. The collection consists of 43 boxes of transcripts, documentation, photographs, audiotapes, films, and videotapes housed in the Woodruff Library of Emory University. This website offers a selection of materials from that collection to create a multimedia virtual library of Holocaust materials.

Women and the Holocaust-A Cyberspace of Their Own
This website contains information about women in the Holocaust. The site features testimonies, poetry, scholarly writing, a "women of valor" section, personal reflection, and other research aids.

Yad Vashem Website
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, was established in 1953 to document the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust period. Located on Har Hazikaron, the Mount of Remembrance, in Jerusalem, Yad Vashem is one of the most expansive and in-depth Holocaust museums in the world. This website links to Yad Vashem materials, including databases and research archives.

Holocaust Research Materials: Video & Audio Archives

Boston North Inc. Holocaust Center Survivor Videos
The Holocaust Center, Boston North Inc. is part of the Peabody Institute Library's Center for the Study of  Human Rights. The Center commemorates historical events through our programming and unique collection of books, videos, and archives.

Chamber of the Holocaust Museum (Israel)
The Chamber of the Holocaust Museum is located on Mt. Zion in Jerusalem. The Chamber of the Holocaust predates Yad Vashem as Israel’s museum dedicated to Holocaust remembrance. This interactive website offers galleries, movies, and other Holocaust-related images and information. 

Fortunoff Video Archives for Holocaust Testimonies
Yale’s Holocaust video, created by the Holocaust Survivors Film Project, Inc. collects videotaped testimonies of Holocaust survivors, including those in the Emmy award-winning documentary “Forever Yesterday” and “About the Holocaust”, a documentary for secondary schools. These testimonial videos are currently housed at Yale University’s Sterling Memorial Library.

Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation
The University of Southern California’s Shoah Foundation Institute continues the project created by Steven Spielberg while filming Schindler’s List. The project seeks to collect recorded interviews with Holocaust survivors, rescuers, liberators, and war crime trial participants to make them available to the public. Over 52,000 interviews have been recorded and digitally indexed. The foundation also provides information about contemporary human rights violations in the international spectrum.

Telling Their Stories Oral History Archives Project
High school students at the Urban School of San Francisco conduct and film interviews with Bay Area Holocaust survivors in their homes. Students then transcribe each 2-plus hour interview, create hundreds of movie files associated with each transcript, and then post the full-text, full-video interviews on this public website as a service to a world-wide audience interested in Holocaust studies. 

USC Shoah Foundation Visual History Archive Online
The USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive allows users to search through and view more than 54,000 video testimonies of survivors and witnesses of genocide. Initially a repository of Holocaust testimony, the Visual History Archive has expanded to include testimonies from the Armenian Genocide that coincided with World War I, the 1937 Nanjing Massacre in China, the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, the Guatemalan Genocide of 1978-1996 and the Cambodian Genocide of 1975-1979.

Voice Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive
The University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Dr. Sidney Bolkosky interviewed Holocaust survivors and recorded their testimony. The tapes, transcripts, and audio versions of those interviews are available through the Voice Vision website.

Voices of the Holocaust
This Illinois Institute of Technology project to publish volumes of interview typescripts giving first-hand accounts of Holocaust survivors, audio-reproductions of original wire recordings, maps and essays is a continuing project. The goal of this website’s interactive approach is to create a place for scholars, students, and the public to navigate through interview translations while listening to the voices of survivors and pinpointing the geographic locations discussed in the interviews. 

Holocaust Research Materials: Scholarly Websites

H-Holocaust Discussion List for Scholars of the Holocaust
This website, a part of the H-Net Humanities & Social Sciences OnLine network provides a forum for scholars of the Holocaust to communicate with each other using internet technology. The primarily academic listserv covers the Holocaust itself, anti-semitism, and Jewish history in the 1930’s and 1940’s, World War II history, Germany, and international diplomacy. 

Holocaust Educational Foundation
The Holocaust Education Foundation is a non-profit organization created to preserve and promote Holocaust awareness by facilitating teaching and scholarship at the college and university level. The Foundation offers programs including research fellowships, summer institutes, seminars, conferences, and visiting lecturer opportunities. 

IDEA: A Journal of Social Issues
IDEA is a peer reviewed electronic journal dealing with topics including mass movements, war, genocide, democide, holocaust, and murder. The journal is dedicated to the study of these issues in order to determine, discuss, and educate others about why humans commit acts of murder and genocide, and how to prevent such acts from occurring in society. 

Literature of the Holocaust
Professor Al Filreis created this internet bibliography and news site. The site consists of a bibliography with internet links to holocaust associated articles, texts and images, as well as a “Holocaust News” link containing news (last updated in 2003) regarding people and things related to the Holocaust. Although the site is not regularly updated, it contains a thorough bibliography of Holocaust materials with key word search capabilities. 

The Beth Shalom Holocaust Web Center (England)
The Beth Shalom Holocaust Web Center contains links to the Holocaust Memorial and Education Centre, a memorial and research center dedicated to the history and implications of the Holocaust and a Holocaust resources bookstore. The site also provides access to Aegis, a genocide information website, and “Remembering For the Future”, a Beth Shalom sponsored scholarly forum focusing on Holocaust and genocide issues.

The Holocaust Chronicle
This website contains a digital version of The Holocaust Chronicle, a not-for-profit volume evaluated by professional Holocaust scholars. The website can be viewed by page or through key word searches and contains images, sidebar essays, maps, and a timeline of Holocaust-related events from 1000 B.C. through 1999.

Wyman Institute
The David S. Wyman Institute for Holocaust Studies teaches the history and lessons of America’s response to the Holocaust, through scholarly research, public events, publications, and educational programs.The Wyman Institute strives to bridge the gap between the scholarly community and the general public, by making the historical record accessible to a broader audience through exhibits, speakers, educational curricula, and other forms of media.The Institute brings together a politically, religiously, and culturally diverse group of concerned individuals and scholars, who share a commitment to the importance of studying, documenting, and publicizing the lessons of America’s response to the Holocaust. 

Holocaust Research Materials: Bibliographies & Libraries

Holocaust Online
By covering a broad range of topics related to the Holocaust, the goal has been to try to convey the immense impact that the Holocaust had on all aspects of life for the Jewish people across Europe. There are many excellent sites that provide in-depth information about a particular aspect or geographical region. Taken as a whole these various sites can provide a deeper and more complete understanding of what happened, and the toll that was extracted from the Jews of Europe. The information has been organized so as to provide a kind of narrative of the history of this tragedy.

Holocaust Survivors and Remembrance Network
The purpose of this "Forget You Not"™ project is to disseminate and publicize the most important available online Holocaust webpages that we can find. We do this by referencing and placing direct links to the selected webpages that can be seen in their entirety through our specially designed frameset "windows." The selected links are being grouped into ten (10) subject-pages that are listed in our Table of Contents (TOC) which forms the site's skeleton. Some of the posted links may appear in more than one subject-page.

Jewish Link Holocaust Net
This website contains links to a variety of Holocaust resources, both pictorial and written, and organizes the links by topic for research purposes. 

Simon Wiesenthal Center
The Simon Wiesenthal Center was established in 1977 to serve as an international Jewish human rights center dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust through education and social action. The Simon Wiesenthal Center’s website features digital Holocaust resource archives, information on contemporary human rights issues, and links to the New York Tolerance Center, the Center for Human Dignity in Jerusalem, and other social justice organizations. 

St. Louis Holocaust Museum
The St. Louis Holocaust Museum’s website offers information about the museum’s exhibits and provides links to other Holocaust information websites. The site also provides information about Holocaust related events and activities in the St. Louis area. 

The Holocaust Wing of the Jewish Virtual Library
The Jewish Virtual Library’s Holocaust Wing contains a long list of research topics and associated Virtual Library links, as well as information about the Conference on Material Claims Against Germany. There is also a Holocaust glossary and bookstore on the website.

Holocaust Denial

Holocaust Denial On Trial
This website contains information about the 2000 English Holocaust denial court case, Irving v. Penguin Books, Ltd. & Deborah E. Lipstadt. In this case, Dr. Lipstadt and Penguin successfully defended themselves against Irving’s defamation claim by proving the faulty scholarship and methodology behind Irving’s Holocaust denial teachings. The website contains the court opinion, background, a timeline of events, and other resources relating to Holocaust denial and the court case. 

The Holocaust History Project
The Holocaust History Project offers an archive of Holocaust related documents, photographs, recordings, and essays. The site also contains Holocaust-denial information and refutation. 

The Nizkor Project
This website is dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust and monitoring Holocaust-denial and misinformation. The site contains Holocaust research guides, information about people involved with the Holocaust, information about the Nuremburg Trials, and links to Holocaust-related organizations and Shofar FTP Archives. 

Resources for Holocaust Survivors

The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany
The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, or Claims Conference, represents the world's Jews in negotiating for compensation and restitution for victims of Nazi persecution and their heirs. The Claims Conference administers compensation funds, recovers unclaimed Jewish property, and allocates funds to institutions that provide social welfare services to Holocaust survivors and preserve the memory and lessons of the Shoah.

Holocaust Art Restitution Project (HARP) Blog
HARP offers information on the paths of dispersal of artwork that disappeared or changed hands during the course of the Holocaust and assists those searching for lost art objects. HARP also provides teaching assistance and information for those interested in the art collections that were dispersed at the hands of the Nazi government and its collaborators between 1933 and 1945. HARP provides information, but will not actually recover missing artwork. 

Holocaust Victims Assets Litigation
This website is an information website focusing on Holocaust victim assets litigation against Swiss banks and other Swiss entities resulting from the proposed $1.25 billion settlement of a class action lawsuit against private Swiss banks and other Swiss entities for their alleged conduct related to the Holocaust. 

JewishGen Holocaust Global Registry
The JewishGen Holocaust Global Registry allows anyone searching for Holocaust survivors, family members, friends, and the identities of child survivors, to place their requests in a central location. The goal of the website is to reunite Holocaust survivors with family, friends, and those seeking them. 

Missing Identity
Holocaust Survivor Children and the Missing Identity Project. Holocaust Survivors who were children and are still trying to locate information regarding their past, and perhaps you can help them. Some hope to find surviving relatives who can tell them about their parents.

New York State Holocaust Claims Processing Office
This state-maintained website provides institutional assistance to individuals recovering Holocaust-looted assets. New York’s Holocaust Claims Processing Office, created under Governor Pataki works to recover assets deposited in European banks, monies never paid in connection with policies issued by European insurers, and lost or looted art.

Project Witness Survivors Page
Project Witness, in addition to archiving interviews with survivors of the Holocaust, provides a helpline for survivor’s in need of assistance so as to connect them with the appropriate care organizations or volunteers.

Red Cross Holocaust and War Victims Tracing Center
The American Red Cross Holocaust and War Victims Tracing Center is a national clearinghouse for those seeking people missing since the Holocaust. The Red Cross assists United States residents searching for proof of internment, forced/slave labor, or evacuation from the former Soviet territories on themselves or family members. 

Remember.org’s Search & Unite Site
The London-based Search & Unite office seeks to unite people separated by the Holocaust and locate people with property taken by the State during the Nazi era and post World War II Czechoslovakia. 

The Association of Jewish Refugees (UK)
The Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR) provides social, welfare and care services to Jewish victims of Nazi oppression living in Great Britain. Founded in 1941 by Jewish refugees from central Europe, the AJR has extensive experience attending to the needs of Holocaust refugees and survivors who settled in Britain.

The International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims (ICHEIC)
ICHEIC was established as a result of negotiations between several European insurance companies, the U.S., and the State of Israel in 1998 to establish a process for collecting and facilitating the processing of insurance claims from the Holocaust period. The 2004 deadline for applications has expired, but the site contains updated information about Holocaust era insurance claims and records of ICHEIC reports and resources. 

Non-Jewish Holocaust Victims

Association of Gypsies/Romani International, Inc.
The Association of Gypsies/Romani International, Inc. published a report, complete with footnotes, on their website. This report offers information about Gypsies in the Holocaust, as well as poetry and reactions to Gypsy treatment in the concentration camps. 

Non-Jewish Holocaust Victims
This website focuses on non-Jewish victims of the Holocaust including the Polish, Afro-Europeans, homosexuals, Gypsies, disabled, and Jehovah’s Witnesses that died under the Nazi regime. The website features reports, newsletters, links, and information about literature dealing with “the other Five Million”. 

The History of the Gay Male and Lesbian Experience During World War II
This website offers insight into the experiences of homosexuals in the Holocaust as well as information about Paragraph 175 and other sexual deviance laws in the German Penal Code.

Holocaust Rescuers

Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust
The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights offers a selection of writings including the text of the book “Pope Pius XII and the Holocaust” dealing with Pope Pius XII and the European Catholic community during World War II and the Holocaust.

The 104th Infantry Division’s Mittelbau Dora Concentration Camp Link
The 104th Infantry Division, as part of the U.S. VII Corps arrived at Nordhausen, Germany on April 11, 1945. This website contains reactions, photographs, and links relating to their experiences as United States soldiers at Mittelbau Dora concentration camp. 

The Hannah Senesh Legacy Foundation
Hannah Senesh, a star that lights the way for us, volunteered for a rescue mission in Europe for saving the Jewish people during World War II. Hanna was captured, tortured and executed by firing squad in Budapest, Hungary on November 7, 1944 at the age of 23. After establish the state of Israel Hannah became a national heroine. The foundation was established for the perpetuation of the memory of Hannah and her comrades. The foundation is recognized as a non-profit organization by the tax authority of Israel. The establishment of the foundation was initiated by the Senesh family, members from Kibbutz Sdot Yam and from among the general public.

The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous
The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous provides financial support to aged and needy non-Jews who rescued Jewish refugees during the Holocaust. The Jewish Foundation also provides educational materials about those non-Jews who aided Jews during the Holocaust and the website contains a bookstore and news updates about these men and women.

The Kindertransport Association (KTA)
In the months between the Kristallnach Pogrom of November 9-10, 1938, and the start of World War II, nearly 10,000 children were sent, without their parents, out of Nazi Germany, Austria, Poland and Czechoslovakia to safety in Great Britain. These Children were saved by the Kindertransport rescue movement. The Kindertransport Association (KTA) is a not-for-profit organization that unites these child Holocaust refugees and their descendants.The KTA shares their stories, honors those who made the Kindertransport possible, and supports charitable work that aids children in need.

To Save a Life: Stories of Holocaust Rescue
To Save a Life: Stories of Holocaust Rescue is a book published originally on the internet, in which personal narratives and photographs reveal how certain individuals acting upon their own moral convictions--while endangering their own and their families' lives--saved the lives of Jewish people from Nazi-occupied Europe. In this book you will find true stories narrated by six rescuers accompanied by the narratives of thirteen people whom they rescued.

 

Genocide & Human Rights

Midwest Center for Holocaust Education (MCHE)
The Midwest Center for Holocaust Education (MCHE) seeks to educate the public about the Holocaust and to prevent future genocide. MCHE offers community exhibits, lectures and programs, as well as a library and resource center for Holocaust education purposes. There is also access to a speakers' bureau and information on the White Rose Student Essay Contest on the site, as well as links to Holocaust resources and a special link for educators. 

NAAF Holocaust Project
The NAAF website contains and interactive timeline. For every year on the chart, there are a series of events by date, denoting the major events associated with the Holocaust. There is also an opportunity, at the end of the timeline, to add a Kadish flame to the website's "memorial scroll".

Nazi War Crimes Interagency Working Group Archives
Since 1999, the IWG has declassified and opened to the public an estimated 8 million pages of documents, including 1.2 million pages of OSS records; 74,000 pages of CIA name and subject files; more than 350,000 pages of FBI subject files; and nearly 300,000 pages of Army intelligence files. The once secret records are helping to shape our understanding of the Holocaust, war crimes, World War II and postwar activities of U.S. and Allied intelligence agencies.

Simon Wiesenthal Center
The Simon Wiesenthal Center was established in 1977 to serve as an international Jewish human rights center dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust through education and social action. The Simon Wiesenthal Center’s website features digital Holocaust resource archives, information on contemporary human rights issues, and links to the New York Tolerance Center, the Center for Human Dignity in Jerusalem, and other social justice organizations. 

Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation
The University of Southern California's Shoah Foundation Institute continues the project created by Steven Spielberg while filming Schindler's List. The project seeks to collect recorded interviews with Holocaust survivors, rescuers, liberators, and war crime trial participants to make them available to the public. Over 52,000 interviews have been recorded and digitally indexed. The foundation also provides information about contemporary human rights violations in the international spectrum. 

The Beth Shalom Holocaust Web Center (England)
The Beth Shalom Holocaust Web Center contains links to the Holocaust Memorial and Education Centre, a memorial and research center dedicated to the history and implications of the Holocaust and a Holocaust resources bookstore. The site also provides access to Aegis, a genocide information website, and "Remembering For the Future", a Beth Shalom sponsored scholarly forum focusing on Holocaust and genocide issues.

The Cambodian Genocide Program
This Yale website contains databases, documents, and resources related to the Cambodian genocide in which 21% of the Cambodian population lost their lives, according to the website's statistics.

The Human Rights Resource Center
The Human Rights Resource Center of the University of Minnesota, works to create and distribute human rights education and print media and to train activists, professionals and students as human rights educators. The website contains human rights materials and information about human rights advocacy training and educational opportunities.

The Nizkor Project
This website is dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust and monitoring Holocaust-denial and misinformation. The site contains Holocaust research guides, information about people involved with the Holocaust, information about the Nuremburg Trials, and links to Holocaust-related organizations and Shofar FTP Archives.

The Nuremburg War Crimes Trials
Yale Law School's Avalon Project has published the proceedings of the Nuremburg War Crimes Trials on its website. The documents include trial motions, orders of the tribunal, presentation of cases, testimony of witnesses and final reports related to the Nuremburg Trials. The site also contains documents from subsequent proceedings and other key documents related to the Nuremburg proceedings.

The Uppsala Programme for Holocaust and Genocide Studies (Sweden)
The Uppsala Programme's primary activity is research on the Holocaust and on other cases of genocide or severe violations of human rights. On-going Holocaust research is concerned with the response of the Swedish government and society to the Nazi genocide. Several projects are being pursued to illuminate issues of concern beyond Sweden's borders to contribute to a deeper general understanding of the Holocaust. Current projects include studies of the relief activities of Raoul Wallenberg and the Swedish Red Cross in Budapest; Swedish-German trade; the German presence in Sweden during the war; and Holocaust denial and revisionism in Sweden. Associated projects include studies of German firms in Sweden during the war; the reception of Jewish refugees and their place in the labour market; Holocaust survivors living in Sweden; and the didactics of Holocaust education. 

The Danish Institute for International Studies, Department of Holocaust and Genocide Studies (Denmark)
This DIIS research unit works with issues such as prosecutions, memory and reconciliation in the aftermath of the Holocaust and other cases of genocide. The research comprises legal analyses of developments in international criminal law and war crimes tribunals, historical studies of European responses to genocide, and also philosophical investigations of the ethics of judicial settlement and reconciliation.

University of Minnesota Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies is a resource for information and teaching about the Holocaust and contemporary aspects of genocide as defined by the UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide (1948) as well as varying definitions by university scholars and researchers.

Clark University Strassler Family Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
The mission of the Strassler Family Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies is to educate professionals of many fields about genocide and the Holocaust; to provide a lecture series free of charge and open to the public; to use scholarship to address current problems stemming from the murderous past; and to participate in the public discussion about a host of issues ranging from the importance of intervention in genocidal situations today to the significance of state-sponsored denial of the Armenian genocide and the well-funded denial of the Holocaust. Dedicated to teaching, research, and public service, the Center trains the next cadre of Holocaust historians and genocide studies scholars of the future, teachers, Holocaust museum directors and curators, and experts in non-governmental organizations and government agencies.

University of Vermont Carolyn and Leonard Miller Center for Holocaust Studies
The Center for Holocaust Studies consistently works to promote teaching and learning about the Holocaust at diverse levels of education, to encourage all within its reach to reflect on the moral, political, and social implications of the Holocaust, and to urge its constituents to take action in light of that understanding.

Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies
The Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies seeks not only to uncover the underlying reasons for genocide and other crimes against humanity, but also to put forth concrete policy recommendations to resolve conflicts before they intensify and spiral into mass atrocity crimes.