An educational community of contributors (survivors, liberators, historians, and authors), sharing the best research resources and stories through art, photography, painting, audio/video, and remembrance.
Containing the world's largest repository of information on the Holocaust, Yad Vashem is a leader in Shoah education, commemoration, research and documentation.
History and Geography
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.
Art of the Ghettos and Camps
The record left by ghetto dwellers, camp internees, and displaced persons create snapshots of life and death under Hitler. Professional and amateur artists of all genres recorded what they saw and experienced during the reign of the Third Reich.
Concentration and Death Camps Provides a list of many camps, with links to more detailed information. Also provides their date of establishment, function, date of liberation and estimates of the number of victims.
The List of Camps Provides a listing by geogrphical location of hundreds of concentration camps established by the Nazis.
Forced and Slave Labor in Nazi-Dominated Europe
A symposium organized by the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Nine scholars (including Christopher Browning) and one Romaian survivor presented new research.
German Firms That Used Slave or Forced Labor During the Nazi Era.
A list researched by the American Jewish Committee whose goal is " not to judge guilt or to single out guilty parties but to call the attention of current companies to their moral responsibility for settling the accounts of the past and compensate workers who suffered under their company's current or previous name or at their site of production."
US Holocaust Museum
United States Holocaust Museum, Washington, DC
America's national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history, serving as America's memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust.
The genocide of Jewish and non-Jewish civilians perpetrated by the German regime during World War Two continues to confront scholars with elusive questions even after nearly seventy years and hundreds of studies. This multi-contributory work is a landmark publication that sees experts renowned in their field addressing these questions in light of current research. A comprehensive introduction to the history of the Holocaust, this volume has 42 chapters which add important depth to the academic study of the Holocaust, both geographically and topically. The chapters address such diverse issues as: continuities in German and European history with respect to genocide prior to 1939 the eugenic roots of Nazi anti-Semitism the response of Europe's Jewish Communities to persecution and destruction the Final Solution as the German occupation instituted it across Europe rescue and rescuer motivations the problem of prosecuting war crimes gender and Holocaust experience the persecution of non-Jewish victims the Holocaust in postwar cultural venues. This important collection will be essential reading for all those interested in the history of the Holocaust.