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.