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This is a small selection of the sources available on the Holocaust. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum website is highly recommended.
Anne Frank Museum Amsterdam
"This website was launched on 28 April 2010 to the occasion of the 50 year anniversary of the Anne Frank House as a museum."
A website compiled as "a photographic record of Auschwitz-Birkenau on the 60th anniversary of the camp's liberation."
A People's History of the Holocaust and Genocide
"Holocaust Community founded in 1995. Remember.org offers contributors (survivors, liberators, historians, and teachers )a place to connect and share the best research resources and stories through art, photography, painting, audio/video, and remembrance."
The Holocaust (History Channel)
History Channel's articles, videos, speeches, and interactive resources on aspects of the Holocaust.
Holocaust Denial on Trial, from Emory University
This group fights to use historical knowledge to debunk the belief that the Holocaust didn't exist.
"Why have this web site? Because history is not just about events, it is about human lives. Here we present history with a human face. Read the stories of the survivors. Hear them speak. Look at their family photographs. Consult our encyclopedia. Read a historical introduction to the Holocaust. Leave your thoughts or ask your questions on our discussion page."
Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Holocaust
A part of the Internet History Sourcebooks Project, this site has a collection of links on a variety of topics relating to the Holocaust.
Labor and the Holocaust
"The exhibit's seven pictorial sections take the viewer on a chronological journey, from the origins of the JLC, through its anti-Nazi activity of the 1930s, to early rescue efforts and wartime assistance to the anti-Nazi Underground, and then examines three aspects of postwar aid and reconstruction. A final section offers a bibliography of resources for further study."
Responses to the Holocaust
"In this hypermedia sourcebook, a hypertextual research, teaching, and learning archive, the responses of disciplines, various media and institutions includes, but is not limited to, literature, philosophy, literary criticism and theory, sociology, psychoanalysis, history and historiography, religious studies, film, art and architecture, political theory, informatics and the history of technology, and popular culture or cultural studies."
The Oskar Schindler Story
"This is the true story of one remarkable man who outwitted Hitler and the Nazis to save more Jews from the gas chambers than any other during World War II.
It is the story of Oscar Schindler who surfaced from the chaos of madness, spent millions bribing and paying off the SS and eventually risked his life to rescue the Schindler-Jews."
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
"A living memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, promote human dignity, and prevent genocide."
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."
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