Anne Frank Online
Select “Anne Frank: Her Life & Times” for history, timeline, photographs
and diary excerpts provided by the Anne Frank Center USA.
Scroll to the bottom of the first page to enter the album of photographs
taken in 1944. They show the arrival of Hungarian Jews, the selection
for the work camps or the gas chambers and what happened to their belongings.
“The photos…show the entire process except the killing itself.”
Double click on the photos for enlargement and descriptive text. From
The Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority.
of the Holocaust
From the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, California, this site features
a photograph and biography of 114 children who lived (and often died)
during the Holocaust.
About the Holocaust
The Holocaust Martyrs’ and Heroes’ Remembrance
Authority answers questions about the prewar period, the ghettos, the
mechanics of murder, the world response and much more, including details
not easily found elsewhere.
in the 20th Century: The Nazi Holocaust 1938-1945
The History Place provides a lengthy article about the Holocaust. Click
on the photographs to see them enlarged.
From the Holocaust
A first place winning essay from the 2000 Holocaust Remembrance Project
contest for students age 19 and under.
History Place: Holocaust Timeline
Select a year or follow the chronology with links to related information
from the burning of books in Germany in 1933 to the testimony from the
About.com provides links to many topics about the Nazis and the Holocaust.
Links to 66 local, national and international websites concerning the
Holocaust from PBS.
Sponsored by the Jewish Community Center in New Orleans, this site includes
the personal stories of 6 survivors, many photographs, a historical
introduction to the Holocaust, a Holocaust encyclopedia, audio files
and links to related sites.
The timeline, from the Danish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies,
covers the years 1933-1960s. Links to The Basics and to Topics provide
more information including a lengthy article on Holocaust denial. Links
to other sections are often not available in English.
Information about Hitler’s rise to power and Nazi rule in Germany from
the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Resources about the Holocaust, concentration camps, resistance, refugees
and the moral and ethical issues raised by genocide, inlcuding maps,
timelines and online exhibitions from the United States Holocaust Memorial
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