I Still See Their Faces is an online exhibit from the Simon
Anne Frank Museum web site.
AskERIC Infoguide HOLOCAUST
Date compiled: 12/01/95
Photos of Auschwitz-Birkenau
by Alan Jacobs.
An Auschwitz Alphabet
provides and A-Z look at the Holocaust and Auschwitz.
Cybrary of the Holocaust
is a growing database of background information including witness
stories by children of survivors; and a growing section called "Legacy
. . . An Education Forum for Teachers" where teachers may come
to learn from each other and share lessons for teaching about the
Holocaust. This site includes "The
Holocaust--A Guide for Teachers" which is a complete instructional
guide that also includes an extensive bibliography
divided by subjects and includes audio visual listings.
Photos of several Concentration
Camps by Scott L. Sakansky.
Awareness Project provides an insightful Holocasut overview through
Electronic Respository publishes a collection of documents, testimonies,
trial transcripts and photographs documenting the brutal history of
the Einsatzgruppen mobile killing units.
The Holocaust: A Tragic
Legacy - This amazing site is a collaboration by three high school
students from three different places in the country. They won first
prize in the Social Studies Catagory of the Global
Think Quest competition
for the incredible information and interactive format of their site.
The Holocaust Education Resource
Center is located at Queensborough Community
College in the City University of New York. Their online
resource center includes a set of essays
and publications, lessons
and curricula, and biblographic
listings of books, videos and other online resources.
Memorial Center in West Bloomfield, MI hosts an online exhibit
from this new museum and resource center. Visit their online
newsletter for information about new additions to their library
and archive, and online
exhibits from the museum which has had over 1,000,000 visitors
since it first opened.
Holocaust - Understanding and
Prevention: an online "Holocaust magazine" by Holocaust
survivor Alexander Kimel. This site is a large archive of Kimel's
writings which present both an overview of the history of the Holocaust
and personal accounts from his story of survival.
of Butterfly online book and Holocaust exhibit.
Materials from the course "Literature of
293 at Penn, taught by Alan Filreis, are located here in the English
Gopher at University of Pennsylvania.
Holocaust Web Project.
March of the Living.
(See related article above)
Maven Internet links on Holocaust
An essay analyzing the Nazi
use of language.
The Nizkor Project publishes
a variety of resources for educators including an online archive of
Click here to subscribe to the
Nizkor online mailing
Holocaust files available on Nysernet.
PLACES is a web
site by Scott L. Sakansky. The site includes a collection of contemporary
photographs of Auschwitz
and other concentration camps in Europe.
An interview with Primo
The Reach & Teach
Group includes Holocaust survivors, their offsprings and educators.
Their primary mission is to reach out to individuals, particularly
the younger generation, and to teach, educate and inform them about
the Holocaust, the Kindertransport and related World War II historical
The Shoah Museum in Belgium
documents the destruction of that country's Jewish population.
Simon Wiesenthal Center
site includes the Simon Wiesenthal Center's
about the Holocaust and other valuable resources.
Archives of the USENET Newsgroup
from April 1994 to September 1996.
Click here to subscribe to the
Survivors of the Shoah Visual History
Foundation documents the life history of Holocaust survivors all
over the world.
Story is a site created to promote the work of Mendocino, California
artist Mini Cohen who has dedicated her most recent work to her mother.
As Cohen states: "At a time when 38% of Americans believe the Holocaust
never happened, it is the duty of those of us who can, to continue
to remind the world that those who forget history are doomed to repeat
it. If you come away from this exhibit with a message, it is that
each person has the responsibility to respect the humanity of every
other person with whom they come into contact. If we strive for that,
our mission will be fulfilled.
A Teacher's Guide
to the Holocaust produced by the Florida Center for Instructional
Technology, College of Education at the University of South Florida.
This extensive site includes an historical
timeline with text, and hyperlinks to glossary
definitions, photo documents, and other resources
on the Internet. This site provides a general overview of the
Holocaust and includes a thoughtful system of "web links" throughout
the text. There are 16
student activities as well as links to other teacher guides on
Teaching the Holocaust
Via the World Wide Web by Harriet Teplitzky is an online essay
which presents an overview of web-based sites and how to integrate
them in teaching.
The Jewish Education Center
of Cleveland publishes an online Teaching
with Literature and Videos. Visit their Holocaust
Index includes books, videos and Internet resources.
The United States Holocaust Museum
site has a pamphlet of "Guidelines
for Teaching About the Holocaust" that is intended to assist educators
who are preparing to teach Holocaust studies and related subjects.
The Vidal Sassoon
International Center for the Study of Antisemitism at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem, Israel
Camps - Photographs
Yad Vashem museum in Jerusalem,