Links to other Resources
The Shoah Foundation In 1994, after filming
Schindler’s List, Steven Spielberg established Survivors of the Shoah Visual
History Foundation with an urgent mission: to chronicle, before it is too late,
the firsthand accounts of Holocaust survivors and eyewitnesses, liberators and
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
General and archival information on the Holocaust hosted by the Museum in Washington.
Yad Vashem Homepage Homepage for Israel's Museum
and Memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.
Facing History and Ourselves Homepage A
page put out by a national educational organization whose mission is to engage
students in an examination of racism and prejudice.
Cybrary of the Holocaust An encyclopedic
archive of information on the Holocaust for scholars and students.
L'Chaim: A Holocaust Web
Project Includes survivor testimony and a virtual tour of the Dachau camp. Maintained by
a graduate student from the
The History Place A wealth
of information for students of history, it also has much in-depth information on
The Simon Wiesenthal Center Homepage
The Wiesenthal Center is located in Los Angeles, but also has a strong Web
presence to help remember the victims of the Holocaust, and to defend the human
rights of the Jewish people.
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