Holocaust Timeline - The History Place
Timeline of Hitler's rise to power in 1933-45. Includes several definitions and photographs of key events and leaders.
Timeline: A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
A "must-see" content-rich site that provides an overview to the people and events of the Holocaust through photographs, testimonies, music, art, and literature. The site provides a factual but chilling account of the Holocaust, its victims and perpetrators.
German Propaganda Archive
Nazi anti-semitic propaganda directed toward children.
Cybrary of the Holocaust
A guide to the Holocaust including teaching materials and eyewitness accounts.
The Holocaust History Project Homepage
Essays and primary resource documents.
Who Were the Five Million Non-Jewish Victims?
Museum of Tolerance Online
From the Simon Weisenthal Center in Los Angeles, this Holocaust resource includes frequently asked questions, a glossary, a timeline, articles, and more. With nearly 200 original photographs, many never before seen by the general public, The Courage to Remember online exhibit includes a resource guide for teachers.
Simon Wiesenthal Center
An international center for the Holocaust.
Florida Holocaust Museum
Topical Holocaust Links
GeneralThe Anne Frank Center - USA
Features Anne’s Story, a photo scrapbook of Anne’s life and family; The Annex, a tour of the rooms in an Amsterdam office building that hid the Frank family and friends for just over two years; The Diary, about Anne’s journal and how it survived WWII to become one of the most widely read personal accounts of the Holocaust; and The Holocaust, a brief history of the Holocaust.
Anne Frank Museum - Amsterdam
The Berlin Olympics
The Berlin Olympics
The Games of Shame: Exhibition examines the 1936 Olympics in Berlin-
San Diego Jewish Press-Heritage, July 2. 1999
Blood Purge of Rohm (or Roehm) (aka Night of Long Knives)
Night of the Long Knives - History Place
The Camps - 1941-1942 - Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
Concentration Camps - Jewish Virtual Library
See contents for specific camps and maps.
Holocaust - The Camps - The Nizkor Project
Concentration Camps - Birkenau & Mauthausen - Interactive Maps - Cybrary of the Holocaust
Hitler Youth - The History Place
Hitler Youth Speakers - German Propaganda Archive - Calvin College
Hitler Youth - Dress - German Militaria & Collectibles
Hitler Youth Naval Branch & The League of German Girls - German Militaria & Collectibles
League of German Maidens(aka German Girls' League - Bund Deutscher Mädel)
Women in Germany
The Party Rally of Honor (1936) - German Propaganda Archive, Calvin College
Pictures from the 1936 Nuremberg Rally - German Propaganda Archive, Calvin College
Nuremberg "Parteitag" Rallies
Includes the Speeches of Adolf Hitler, other Nazi Leaders, and Visual Documentation
The Rise of Hitler - History Place
The Reichstag Fire
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The Reichstag Fire - Encyclopedia Britannica
Sonderkommando - Auschwitz
History of the Swastika
Symbols.com - Symbol 15:1
Voyage of the St. LouisVoyage of the St. Louis
The Tragedy of the S.S. St. Louis
S.S. St. Louis
Warsaw Ghetto 1940-1943 - Broad City View
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Map of the Warsaw Ghetto
General History Research Links
The History Place
A visually elegant online museum of exhibits related to history including photos, timelines, and other information. Featured Exhibits include The Rise of Adolf Hitler (A Complete History in 24 chapters), Timeline of WW II in Europe (With hundreds of archive photos, text and documents), Holocaust Timeline (A Complete Chronicle of Nazi persecution of the Jews with over 150 photos and text).
This Website extends the PBS television series that "offers new insight into the turbulent events of these hundred years through the revealing personal testimony of the people who were there." Readers are also encouraged to submit their own stories which may include student oral history projects.
The History Channel Website
Access to reliable, primary source historical documentation.
The History Net Home Page
An extensive, content-rich site which includes world and US history, interviews, feature articles and much more.
The History Net Article Search Page
...The National Historical Society's rich and elegant Web site archives of informative and appealing articles from U.S. and world history including personality profiles and eyewitness accounts.
Additional Holocaust Links in Alphabetical Order
An Auschwitz Alphabet
Anne Frank Online
C.A.N.D.L.E.S. Holocaust Museum Home Page
Dedicated to the children of the Holocaust and the those subjected to the experiments of Dr. Joseph Mengele.
Facing History and Ourselves
An examination of racism, prejudice, and anti-Semitism. Facing History provides teachers with staff development in the form of workshops, institutes, and seminars.
Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies
Monitors the growing and evolving threat of hate group activity on the Internet.
The History Place - The Rise of Adolf Hitler
Hitler's life from birth until his rise to dictatorship is chronicled in a clickable timeline. Ask students to list all the points in Hitler's life when they think something could have been done to stop his ascendancy and to state why he wasn't stopped. Have students read about Hitler's boyhood (the first three or four sections) and list the incidents or traits that hint at his malicious personality later in life.
Witness accounts, documents, message forums.
The Holocaust History Project Homepage
The Holocaust History Project is a free archive of documents, photographs, recordings, and essays.
Holocaust: Non-Jewish Victims of the Holocaust
Links and resources arranged by category.
Holocaust Studies - University of North Texas
Holocaust Teacher Resource Center
Essays, curricula, links, lesson plans.
I*EARN Holocaust Genocide Project
An international, nonprofit, telecommunications project focusing on study of the Holocaust and other genocides.
The Jewish Virtual Library
Literature of the Holocaust
Contains resources for teaching about the Holocaust, including original documents, images, recent news events, links, and a reading list for a university level course on the subject.
Louisiana Holocaust Survivors
A subsection of the Southern Institute for Education and Research Web site, these pages link to interviews with Holocaust survivors.
The Nizkor Project
This site is dedicated to discussion of the Holocaust and Holocaust denial. It includes FAQs Frequently Asked Questions) on Holocaust denial, a discussion and refutation of the deniersÕ claims, an FTP archive of Holocaust-related documents, and links to other sites. Have students read nformation on Holocaust denial, such as The Leuchter FAQ, and then hold a class discussion on the issue of why some people are attempting to deny that the Holocaust happened.
Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation
Founded by Steven Spielberg, this nonprofit organization is dedicated to videotaping and archiving interviews of Holocaust survivors. Little original content is available through the Web site itself, but you can find out about the release of recent documentaries and forthcoming CD-ROMs.
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
A overview of the people and events of the Holocaust through text , documents, photograhs, art and literature
Teaching the Holocaust
This ia an interactive, interdisciplinary program using stamps, pictures, texts and paintings by children in the holocaust. The program is divided into six subjects: The Executioner ; The Victim; The Silent Bystander; The Righteous; A Stamp Album ; A Stamp Gallery. A Hebrew version is also online.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
America's national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history, this site includes an online database, multimedia exhibits, links for educators, and information about the museum itself. A special exhibit includes excerpts from the Nuremberg prosecution of Nazi medical doctors. Have your students review the exhibit and then write an essay on the ethics of using information gleaned from these experiments. What if that information could save lives today?
The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority, Jerusalem, Israel. One of the principal world authorities on the documentation of, study of, and education about the Holocaust. You will find information about the Museum's activities and research departments as well as images and special exhibits. Have students visit "The Anguish of Liberation" and read first hand excerpts written by survivors about their liberation.
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