Recommended Internet Resources
- Yad Vashem: Yad Vashem is the pioneer of Holocaust commemoration in the world. Established and instructed by Israeli Law in 1953, it has the largest and the most comprehensive archive and information repositories on the Holocaust. The website serves as an introduction to the resources available.
- Remember.org: Cybrary of the Holocaust: The Cybrary of the Holocaust uses art, discussion groups, photos, poems, and a wealth of facts to preserve powerful memories and to educate scholars and newcomers alike about the Holocaust.
- The Holocaust History Project: The Holocaust History Project is a free archive of documents, photographs, recordings, and essays regarding the Holocaust, including direct refutation of Holocaust-denial.
- The Nizkor Project: A Holocaust Education Resource from Canada, including research guides, and sections on the camps, people, organizations, the Nuremberg Trials, Holocaust denial, and extensive archives of documents, essays and other materials. A search function is available, and some material is available in Spanish.
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is America's national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history, and serves as this country's memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust. The website includes a Registry of Jewish Holocaust survivors, several online exhibits, library, information about Holocaust assets, and many other sections.
- Simon Wiesenthal Center: In November 1977, the Simon Wiesenthal Center was founded. Today, together with its world renowned Museum of Tolerance, it is a 400,000 member strong international center for Holocaust remembrance, the defense of human rights and the Jewish people. Resources at the website include a guide to the Museum of Tolerance, Cyberwatch: the Task Force against Hate, a multi-media learning center with educational materials for teachers and students, and information about Holocaust assets.
- The Holocaust Chronicle: A searchable Holocaust site with many images and well-written text. Includes a useful timeline of related events from 1000 BCE to 1999.
- Holocaust Denial on Trial: An exhaustive examination of the landmark libel suit, David Irving v. Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt, which ended with complete vindication for the author Deborah Lipstadt.
- Holocaust Timeline: from The History Place: A year-by-year outline of important events from 1933 (Hitler's appointment as Chancellor) to 1961 (Eichmann's trial), with links to essays and photographs.
- Voices of the Holocaust: A web-based documentary project from the Illinois Institute of Technology, which presents transcriptions and audiio of dozens of interviews with Holocaust survivors made in 1946 in DP camps throughout Europe by Dr. David Boder.
- Nuremberg War Crimes Trials: Part of the Avalon Project at Yale Law School, this site provides full-text access to the complete trial proceedings, as well as numerous supporting documents, for the trials of Nazi war criminals held in Nuremberg, Germany after World War II.
- Switzerland & the Holocaust Assets: Switzerland is in the center of an international dispute regarding the recovery and redistribution of assets which were stolen or have disappeared during and following World War II. This page is an archive of information concerning the controversy.
- New York State Banking Department: Holocaust Claims Processing Office: The mission of this office is threefold: to assist individuals of all backgrounds in seeking to recover assets deposited in European banks and art that was lost or looted. In order to file a claim, all assets must have been deposited, lost, looted or stolen prior to and during World War II.
- Anne Frank House (Netherlands): A virtual tour of the building in Amsterdam where Anne Frank and her family hid during the war, now a museum. Available in English, Dutch and German.