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  • Anne Frank: her life in letters (126 clicks)
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  • Cybrary of the Holocaust (1775 clicks)
    Description: Comprehensive guide to past events and to the present day.
  • documentArchiv.de - Antijüdische Rechtsverordnungen (Anti-Jewish laws ) (1178 clicks)
    Description: Historische antijüdische Rechtsverordnungen (des Dritten Reichs) Historical Anti-Jewish laws (of the Third Reich)
  • Eavesdropping on Hell (82 clicks)
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  • Forgotten Holocaust (2122 clicks)
    Description: How Could 5,000,000 Be Killed and Forgotten? Non-Jewish victims of the Holocaust.
  • Gypsies in the Holocaust (137 clicks)
    Description: It is known that perhaps 250,000 Gypsies were killed, and that proportionately they suffered losses greater than any other group of victims except Jews. The accounts here were collected, and made available on the net, from various sources.
  • H-Holocaust (1419 clicks)
    Description: "H-Holocaust exists so scholars of the Holocaust can communicate with each other using this innovative and exciting new technology. This is primarily, though not exclusively an academic list. Coverage of the list will include the Holocaust itself, and closely related topics like anti-semitism, and Jewish history in the 1930s and 1940s, as well as closely related themes in the history of WW2, Germany, and international diplomacy."
  • Histories, Narratives, Documents (16 clicks)
    Description: Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies
  • Holocaust (1462 clicks)
    Description: L'Chaim: A Holocaust Web Project
  • Holocaust (1490 clicks)
    Description: From the WWW Virtual Library
  • Holocaust History Project (1488 clicks)
    Description: [ ] [The Holocaust History Project. Holocaust-denial and Holocaust history are the focus of this free resource.] When all the Jews were inside the door was bolted. ... The exhaust fumes now poured into the inside of the truck so that the people inside were suffocated... SS-man Theodor Malzmüller, 1965 * The Holocaust History Project is a free archive of documents, photographs, recordings, and essays regarding the Holocaust, including direct refutation of Holocaust-denial.
  • Holocaust Survivors (1489 clicks)
    Description: 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.
  • Letters to Sala: A Young Woman's /life in Nazi Labor Camps (35 clicks)
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  • Pogrom against the Jewish People in Innsbruck (1165 clicks)
    Description: Virtual City Tour of the Main Sites of the Pogrom during the Night of November 9 to November 10, 1938
  • Rescuers Bibliography (847 clicks)
    Description: Bibliography with some links
  • Salvation of Bulgarian Jews During Worl War II (849 clicks)
    Description: An archive of articles, documents, letters
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center (786 clicks)
    Description: The Holocaust but also human rights
  • SS St Louis (118 clicks)
    Description: On May 13 1939 the SS St. Louis set sail from Hamburg for Havana. On board were 937 Jewish refugees fleeing persecution from Nazi Germany after the horror of Kristallnacht, the pogrom of shop-burning and mass arrests the previous November. Each passenger carried a valid visa for temporary entry into Cuba. It was one of the last ships to leave Nazi Germany before Europe was engulfed in war.
  • Survivors of the Shoah (776 clicks)
    Description: "Steven Spielberg established Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation with an urgent mission: to videotape and preserve the testimonies of Holocaust survivors and witnesses."
  • Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust (23 clicks)
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  • Teaching the Holocaust (848 clicks)
    Description: An Interdisciplinary and Computerized Program through the use of Stamps, Pictures, Texts and Paintings by Children in the Holocaust
  • The Anne Frank House (738 clicks)
    Description: The house and the diary and more.
  • The Forgotten Camps (882 clicks)
    Description: Lesser known camps
  • The Holocaust (919 clicks)
    Description: "began this site a few years ago in order to combat the rampant Counterfeit and Fake Holocaust artifacts that were being sold at militaria shows and especially on the Internet. During this time I have researched and monitored the spread of these bogus artifacts around the world."
  • The Holocaust (823 clicks)
    Description: Site created by French students.
  • The Holocaust on Trial (833 clicks)
    Description: The Holocaust on Trial dramatises one of the most important libel trials in recent history. At the High Court in London, starting on 11 January 2000, the controversial British historian David Irving sued American academic Deborah Lipstadt and her publisher Penguin Books.
  • The Nizkor Project (886 clicks)
    Description: Large Holocaust site
  • The Saxon Advent (635 clicks)
    Description: "The trail of the historical Arthur leads not to medieval England, but to Dark Age Britain, recently cast off by the dying Roman Empire, and struggling to maintain its authority over an island beset on all sides by barbarian invaders."
  • The Trial of Adolf Eichmann (1179 clicks)
    Description: Eichmann In 1961, the world watched the first televised courtroom trial as a Jerusalem court tried Nazi SS Lieutenant Colonel Adolf Eichmann for crimes against the Jewish people. Eichmann's role in deporting the Jews of Europe to concentration camps made him the target of a fifteen-year manhunt by Israeli agents. His defense, like that of other Nazis, was that he was "just following orders."
  • The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (716 clicks)
    Description: Dedicated to honoreing the victims and understanding how it could have happened.
  • The Warsaw Uprising (885 clicks)
    Description: The Warsaw Uprising was probably the largest single operation organized and executed by a partisan organization in WWII. It lasted two months, and when it was over, 200,000 people were dead, and the entire city was in ruins. In trying to achieve its goals, the uprising was a terrible failure. In showing the courage and the dedication of the Polish nation, it was a remarkable success. This page was created on the 50th anniversary of the start of the uprising.
  • To Save a Life: Stories of Holocaust Rescue (693 clicks)
    Description: "a previously unpublished book 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."
  • Voices of the Holocaust (53 clicks)
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  • Voices of the Shoah, Remembrances of the Holocaust (812 clicks)
    Description: From the lips of those who directly experienced the horrors and miraculous rescues of WWII... VOICES of the SHOAH, STUNNING WIDE ACCLAIM FROM REVIEWERS ACROSS THE U.S.--full audio samples, music, and a 10 minute video all online!
  • Wannsee Protocol (1335 clicks)
    Description: This English text of the original German-language Wannsee protocol is based on the official U.S. government translation prepared for evidence in trials at Nuremberg, as reproduced in John Mendelsohn, ed., The Holocaust: Selected Documents in Eighteen Volumes. Vol. 11: The Wannsee Protocol and a 1944 Report on Auschwitz by the Office of Strategic Services (New York: Garland, 1982), 18-32. Revisions to the Nuremberg text were made for clarification and correction. This document is in the public domain and may be freely reproduced.
  • Yad Vashem Web Site (260 clicks)
    Description: "Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, was established in 1953 by an act of the Israeli Knesset. Since its inception, Yad Vashem has been entrusted with documenting the history of the Jewish people during the Holocaust period, preserving the memory and story of each of the six million victims, and imparting the legacy of the Holocaust for generations to come through its archives, library, school, museums and recognition of the Righteous Among the Nations."
  • “Hatikva” singing In Bergen-Belsen (17 clicks)
    Description: Listen to historic recording of a 1945 BBC broadcast from liberated Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, featuring the singing of "Hatikva" by the surviving prisoners.