List of Electronic Resources
Anne Frank Museum, Amsterdam: Anne Frank, the Diary and the Secret Annex. The most complete and current information with unique photos and film images.
Aktion Reinhard Camps (ARC): Contains historical overviews, maps and photos of Belzec, Sobibor, Trebilnka and Majdanek. Also includes information about the T4 (Euthanasia) Program.
The Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum, Poland: Contains a history of the camp as well as, historical documents and photographs.
Auschwitz: Inside the Nazi State, PBS: Website designed in conjunction with the 2005 PBS documentary of the same name. The learning resources section contains information about the history of the camp, including an timeline of events and interactive maps.
Cybrary of the Holocaust: Accessible online library dedicated to the “preservation of memory.” Offers virtual tours of concentration camps, online exhibits of art and photography, an online bookstore featuring over 2,000 books on the Holocaust, discussion forums, educational resources, and testimonies from survivors, rescuers, and liberators.
Dachau Concentration Memorial Site, Germany: Offered in both German and English, this site provides a history of the Dachau concentration camp, including photographs, maps, exhibitions, information regarding educational tours and seminars, and a virtual tour of the camp.
Ghetto Fighter's House Museum: The Ghetto Fighters' House Holocaust and Jewish Resistance Heritage Museum was founded by a community of Holocaust survivors, former members of the Jewish underground in the ghetto and former partisans. As the first Holocaust museum in the world, the GFH is dedicated to the memory of the Holocaust and to Holocaust education in Israel and worldwide. Includes personal testimonies, an online archive, educational resources, and historical guides.
Holocaust Memorial Center, Farmington Hills, MI: "America's first free-standing Holocaust Memorial". Contains links to online exhibits, programs, events and visitor information. (including information for school groups)
House of the Wannsee Conference, Germany: The permanent exhibition documents the Wannsee conference, the events prior to it, and its consequences. It provides basic information on the entire process ...
The Nizkor Project: Includes information and images related to the camps, the Nuremberg trials, Holocaust-related organizations, and key geographic locations. Also offers research guides, biographies, archives, and special features.
Tereszin (Theresienstadt) Memorial: Contains a history of the ghetto, information about collections, maps, photographs and a virtual tour.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, D.C.: Provides information on all research and scholarship currently taking place at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. Includes articles, images, photo galleries, maps, chronologies, archival collections, personal histories, online exhibitions, educational resources and museum information.
Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive, The University of Michigan-Dearborn: A digital archive of oral history interviews with Holocaust survivors. Contains audio and transcripts of over 130 of the interviews.