HOLOCAUST: USEFUL LINKS
Anne Frank Center, USA: Also includes links to the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam and other associated museums.
Anne Frank House :The former hiding place where Anne Frank wrote his diary is now a Dutch museum.
Auschwitz: Inside The Nazi State. The companion web-site to a major PBS series.
Bonhoeffer -- Agent Of Change : The companion web-site to a 2001 PBS documentary about the German theologian and Nazi resister Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Daring To Resist -- 3 Women Face The Holocaust: The companion web-site for a documentary about three young female resisters.
Elie Wiesel -- First Person Singular: A companion web-site to the BBC documentary about the Romanian Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner.
Fortunoff Video Archive: Small selections from the more than 4,000 video interviews with Holocaust survivors at Yale.
Genocide Under The Nazis. A BBC History site that includes an anthology of articles and other information.
A History Of The Holocaust: A collaborative project from students in the Genocide Studies class at Father Ryan High School in Nashville, Tennessee
The Holocaust: Documents relating to the Holocaust.
Holocaust Chronicle: The on-line version of an 800-page encyclopedia published in 2000 by Publications International, Ltd.
Holocaust/Genocide Project: An international high school project initiated by students at a Cold Spring Harbor High School in New York State.
Holocaust On Trial: The companion web-site for a October 31, 2000 PBS documentary.
Holocaust -- What Was It?: An extremely basic guide from the Children's BBC.
Jewish Holocaust 1933-1945: Documents and other resources organized by Dr. S.D. Stein of the University of the West of England.
Learning About The Holocaust Through Art
Literature Of The Holocaust: A large anthology of Holocaust-related literature from Dr. Al Rilreis at the University of Pennsylvania.
Memory Of The Camps, Frontline:
Nazi Gold, Frontline:
News Report, Trial of Adolph Eichmann, April 11, 1961: A brief audio clip from the History Channel's Speech Archive.
Primo Levi (1919-1987): An annotated bibliography of the famed author from the Guardian Unlimited.
Remembering The Holocaust: A series of well-chosen links.
Teacher's Guide To The Holocaust : An extremely valuable resource. Some sub-sections of this site are also included below.
Trial Of Adolf Eichmann: Record of Proceedings in the District Court of Jerusalem.
Wannsee Conference: Introduction to and minutes from the 1942 meeting that set policies in place for the "Final Solution."
:A comprehensive reference guide from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
A powerful "cybrary" that includes art, poetry, photos, and testimony from witnesses and survivors.
One section of the Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust.
Detailed chronological information rather than a mere timeline.
Another Holocaust chronology with accompanying text and photos.
A series of Holocaust-related articles from BBC History.
Essays and documents on the Holocaust, including an emphasis on refuting the Revisionists.
Twenty-six Holocaust-related terms selected and described by Jonathan Wallace.
An encylopedia introduction to the history of the Holocaust.
A wealth of resources from the Washington, D.C. museum.
A large a well-organized collection of photographs.
Art, literature and music associated with the Holocaust.
A virtual art exhibit from the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art at Northwestern University.
Stories from and information about Holocaust survivors.
: The actions of the Nazis' organized mobile band of killers.
An excerpt from Daniel Goldhagen, Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust.
:The official web-site of the Washington, D.C. museum.
: The state-sponsored Israeli Holocaust museum.
: The companion web-site to a documentary about German-Jewish refugee scholars who found new lives at the historically black colleges of the American South.
: Holocaust links from Michigan State's H-Net.