The Holocaust

Hallway, "Holocaust Resources for School Teachers"

Holocaust: Cybrary of the Holocaust

Jennifer Rosenberg,'s Page on the Holocaust

Holocaust Timeline

Timeline of the Holocaust, NAAF Project

Public Broadcasting System, America and the Holocaust

William Zukerman, "Jews and the Fate of Poland," The Nation, April 2, 1938, Vol. 146, No. 14, p. 379-381

Decisions Taken at the Evian Conference On Jewish Refugees (July 14, 1938)

Evian Conference, The Simon Wiesenthal Center

The Evian Conference - Hitler's Green Light for Genocide

US Holocaust Museum, The Evian Conference

World Jewish Congress, “Sixty years since Evian: A lesson in cold indifference that the world cannot forget” July 1998

Hitler Signs an Order Authorizing Involuntary Euthanasia in Germany, October 1939

Order from Hermann Göring to Reinhard Heydrich, Berlin, July 31, 1941

Speech by Heinrich Himmler to SS Group Leaders

Wannsee Protocol, January 20, 1942

Eyewitness Account of Einsatz Executions

Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury to Assistant Secretary of War, Jan 28, 1944, asking that Theater Commanders be advised to cooperate with War Refugee Board rescue operations.

Thomas T. Handy, Assistant Chief of Staff, Memorandum for the Chief of Staff, February 8, 1944, on reassuring the British that military forces will not be used to rescue refugees

Summary of the Auschwitz escapees report by Gerhart Riegner, World Jewish Congress, Geneva, sent under cover of R.E. Shoenfeld, U.S. chargé to Czech government in London, to Cordell Hull, Secretary of State, July 5, 1944

The World Jewish Congress in New York asks the War Department to bomb the crematoria at Auschwitz, August 9, 1944.

The War Department turns down the request (August 14, 1944)

Report of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry, 1946

Teaching the Holocaust, an Interdisciplinary and Computerized Program through the use of Stamps, Pictures, Texts and Paintings by Children in the Holocaust

The Frances and Jacob Hiatt Collection of Holocaust Materials

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Washington, DC

Simon Wiesenthal Center

The White Rose

A Look Back At Nuremberg, CourtTV Casefiles

Judge Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr., The Atlantic Monthly, April, 1946; "Nuremberg--A Fair Trial? Dangerous Precedent"; Volume 177, No. 4 (p.66-70).

Judge Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr., The Atlantic Monthly, "Nuremberg Retrospect," December 1946, Volume 178, no. 6, (pp. 56-59

Public Broadcasting Sytem, "The Trial of Adolf Eichmann"

Eric Lichtblau, "The Holocaust Just Got More Shocking," New York Times, 1 March 2013

Witnesses to Nuremberg: An Oral History of the War Crimes Trials


Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies, Yale University

The Holocaust Educational Foundation

Yahoo's Archived Sites on the Holocaust

The University of Notre Dame Holocaust Project

Women and the Holocaust

The Holocaust: A Tragic Legacy

Yad Vashem

The Chambon Foundation

Internet Resources on the Holocaust

Broadcasts and Images of the Holocaust by Journalists at the Time of Liberation

America's Responses to the Holocaust in Historical Context

The Einsatzgruppen

The Final Solution

The Jewish Student Online Research Center

Bearing Witness to the Holocaust:  Holocaust Testimonies

Trapped in Darkness: The Holocaust in the USSR

Bozena Szaynok, "The Jewish Pogrom in Kielce, July 1946 - New Evidence," INTERMARIUM, Volume 1, Number 3

Judit Molnar, "Gendarmes, Policemen, Functionaries and the Jews--New Findings on the Behavior of Hungarian Authorities During the Holocaust," Intermarium, Vol. 3, no. 2

Hitler and the Holocaust (Superb Site)

John C. Zimmerman, "Body Disposal at Auschwitz: The End of Holocaust Denial"

Liberators' Testimonies

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