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Jewish Resources & Shoah

CULTURE/COMMUNITY ¤ MUSEA ¤ REASEARCH ¤ EDUCATION ¤ SURVIVORS/REMEMBER
THE CAMPS ¤ OTHER SHOAH RELATED SITES ¤ MISC./NEWS

Culture/Community

  • B'nai B'rith Interactive Home Page
    In 56 countries on six continents, B'nai B'rith members are dedicated to making a difference, today and tomorrow. For the family. For the community. For the Jewish people. For you.In 56 countries on six continents, B'nai B'rith members are dedicated to making a difference, today and tomorrow. For the family. For the community. For the Jewish people. For you.
  • The Center for Jewish History
    comprised of four institutions of higher Jewish learning, each of which has made a singular contribution to the cultural and historical legacy of the Jewish people. The American Jewish Historical Society, the Leo Baeck Institute, Yeshiva University Museum, and YIVO Institute for Jewish Research have become partners in a visionary plan -- the creation of an unparalleled campus complex devoted to the furtherance of Jewish scholarship in the heart of New York City: The Center for Jewish History.
  • Council for Jewish Elderly
    has at its core a deep and abiding commitment to Jewish communal values and the dignity of the older person. Through dedication to quality programs and services for all older people and their families, CJE acknowledges respect for the individuality and independence of each person it serves.
  • haGalil onLine A Sign of Judaism from Central Europe
    haGalil onLine is one of the largest and most diverse Jewish WebSites in the World. Diversity is not just an idealistic goal, but an obvious reality to everybody dealing with jewish issues. It has always been our strength, whilst intolerance and separation have always weakened the whole of the Jewish People.
    haGalil onLine is published mainly in German. We live in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Czech Republic. One of our goals is to document, that Judaism is still alive here. We started out of mere idealism - and just carried on, when we saw how many people responded to our site.
  • Harissa Le Web des Juifs Tunisiens
  • Institutet för Judisk Kultur - Institute for Jewish Culture
    IJK startade sin verksamhet 1975. Vår målsättning är att stödja kultur- och föreningsverksamhet samt att främja informations- och utbildningsaktiviteter inom en brett definierad judaistik.
    IJK:s verksamhet riktar sig såväl till den judiska som icke-judiska allmänheten i Sverige. Från att huvudsakligen ha varit en verksamhetskonsult har vi genom åren vuxit till en stöd- och informationsinstitution åt såväl föreningar som skolor, enskilda elever, universitetsinstitutioner, studenter, bildningsförbund och den breda allmänheten.
  • Sephardic-Moroccan Page
  • Jewish Ozzies' Inter.Net
    J.O.I.N., the non-profit association which helps organisations and individuals to participate in the Jewish internet and learn about matters of importance and interest to the Australian Jewish community.
  • Jewishnet, the Global Jewish Information Network
  • Jewish Winnipeg
  • The Hillel Jewish Center at USC
    The USC Hillel Jewish Center fosters the celebration & appreciation of Jewish life within the Trojan Family. Hillel nourishes positive identification & informed understanding on the part of Jewish Students, faculty & community, thus enriching their lives & strenghtening their commitment to the Jewish future. As the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life, Hillel projects a strong Jewish presence in partnership with the larger Jewish community.
  • NIK-Net - Dutch Synagogue Society
  • The Digital Jewish City, The Netherlands
  • Jews in Poland.
    Site about Jewish life in Poland today and during the second world war.
  • Portuguese Jewish Synagogue Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  • The Union of Councils for Soviet Jews
    UCSJ, also known simply as the Union of Councils, is the largest independent grassroots organization advocating for Jews and human rights in the former Soviet Union (FSU).
  • Jewish Russia Links to Russian Jewish organisations
  • Jewish Communities of the World
    The Institute of the World Jewish Congress, in cooperation with Virtual Jerusalem, is proud to present this upclose look at Jewish life in 120 countries around the World.
  • Vinnitsa Region (Ukraine) Jewish Community
  • YIVO
    dedicated to the study and preservation of the Eastern European Jewish heritage. Since its founding in 1925 YIVO has become the world's preeminent research institute and academic center for Eastern European Jewish Studies.
  • Your Gateway to Swedish Jewry.
    maintained by the Hatikva Project in Stockholm. From this page you'll find links to help you to the Swedish Jewish sites available today on the World Wide Web.

Musea

  • Amsterdam Jewish Historical Museum
  • The Anne Frank House has its own home page.
  • Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau
    All over the world, Auschwitz has become a symbol of terror, genocide, and the Holocaust. It was established by the Nazis in 1940, in the suburbs of the city of Oswiecim which, like other parts of Poland, was occupied by the Germans during the Second World War. The name of the city of Oswiecim was changed to Auschwitz, which became the name of the camp as well.
  • C.A.N.D.L.E.S. Holocaust Museum
    The C.A.N.D.L.E.S. Holocaust Museum was dedicated in the Spring of 1995. Its purpose is to educate the public about the horrors of the holocaust and to tell the story of the childeren who survived. Further, visitors learn about the experiments twins were forced to endure. "Those who do not learn from the past are doomed to repeat it." has become the basis for the museum's efforts to educate and enlighten about the Holocaust. The slogan of the Museum is "Let us remove hatred and prejudice from the world and let it begin with me. "
    C.A.N.D.L.E.S. which stands for Childeren of Auschwitz Nazi Deadly Lab Experiments Survivors is the only museum of its kind in the State of Indiana.
  • El Paso Holocaust Museum and Study Center
  • Gedenkstätten für NS-Opfer in Deutschland/Memorial Museums for Victims of National Socialism in Germany
    Dank großfer Hilfe durch die jeweiligen Gedenkstätten bei der Recherche der Daten, auch der Zusammenstellung der Artikel, konnte diese Übersicht aufwendiger gestaltet werden. Neben den Adressen sind noch eine Kurzbeschreibung der Einrichtung, Anfahrthinweise und Literaturangaben mit aufgenommen sowie Abbildungen abgedruckt, um eine bessere Vorstellung über die Beschaffenheit der Stätten der NS-Verfolgung geben zu können.
    the addresses of the existing memorial sites. Thanks to the help of the many memorial museums in researching information and supplying the articles, this listing is more complete. In addition to the addresses, there is a brief description of each institution, travel directions, related literature as well as illustrations.
  • Ghetto Fighters' House

  • Holocaust and Jewish Resistance Heritage Museum
  • Holocaust Museum & Studies Center
    To date, the Holocaust Museum & Studies Center at the Bronx High School of Science has been visited by over 58,000 visitors from around the world. The Center's raison d'etre is to maintain public awareness of the important lessons of the Holocaust, especially the urgent necessity to combat prejudice.
  • Jewish Museum of Western Canada
    and the Holocaust Education Centre
  • The Mechelen Museum of Deportation and the Resistance
    The Shoah Museum in Belgium is established in a place with which it has historical connections: a wing of the former General Dossin de Saint-Georges barracks in Malines. This small Flemish town is located halfway between Brussels and Antwerp where most of the Jews in this country live. This is where the Reich's Security detachment set up its assembly camp.
  • Sydney Jewish Museum
  • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
  • Yad Vashem
  • Yeshiva University Museum.
    This museum provides a window into Jewish culture throughout the world and throughout history. With a wide variety of changing exhibitions on display at any one time, individuals, families and groups gain a tremendous insight into the diversity of Jewish life.

Institutes/Research

  • American Jewish Historical Society.
    The mission of the AJHS is to foster awareness and appreciation of the American Jewish heritage and to serve as a national scholarly resource for research through the collection, preservation and dissemination of materials relating toAmerican Jewish history.
  • Antisemitism and Xenophobia Today
    the most authoritative source of information about antisemitism worldwide. Contains up-to-date country by country reports on antisemitism. Each entry provides key data about the overall political and economic situation in the country, information about racism and xenophobia and then a series of sections on various aspects of antisemitism.
  • The Leo Baeck Institute
    a research, study and lecture center whose library and archives offer the most comprehensive documentation for the study of the history of German-speaking Jewry. Founded in 1955, it is named after the leading liberal Jewish religious thinker of his time, the Rabbi who was the spiritual leader of German Jewry during the Nazi period.
  • Business and the Holocaust
    from Stock Maven provides information leading up to the Holocaust showing major ties between corporations and the Nazis with articles, book excerpts, historical and recent news media reports, war crimes trial transcripts, government and organization resources."
  • Cybrary of the Holocaust
  • Documentary Resources on the Nazi Genocide and its Denial, and Related Issues (Racism, Human Rights...) (French and English)
  • Holocaust Center of Northern California (HCNC)
    Founded in 1977 by holocaust survivors and refugees,the Holocaust Center of Northern California (HCNC), located in San Francisco, CA, is dedicated to the preservation of a past that must not be forgotten. The HCNC specializes in information on persecutions by theNazis of Jews in Europe and North Africa, and also groups such as Gypsies, Jehovah's Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventists, Homosexual Men, and Political Dissidents, as well as the euthanasia program for handicapped children and adults in Germany. The HCNC focuses on research and education, in fulfillment of the testament left by the martyrs of the Holocaust to its survivors--to remember, to record, to understand, to explain, and to enlighten future generations.
  • Holocaust Resources and Materials.
    From the Social Studies School System.
  • Moreshet
    Moreshet was established in the early1960s, as a center for collecting the testimonies of concentration camp survivors and resistance fighters from the Ghettos who found hiding in the forests of Europe. Since its modest beginning, Moreshet has developed into a leading research institute and resource center for the study of the Holocaust.
  • Nizkor Project Home Page
  • Nuremberg Trials Project
    The Harvard Law School Library has approximately one million pages of documents relating to the trial of military and political leaders of Nazi Germany before the International Military Tribunal (IMT) and to the twelve trials of other accused war criminals before the United States Nuremberg Military Tribunals (NMT).

    The documents, which include trial transcripts, briefs, document books, evidence files, and other papers, have been studied by lawyers, scholars, and other researchers in the areas of history, ethics, genocide, and war crimes, and are of particular interest to officials and students of current international tribunals involving war crimes and crimes against humanity.

    To preserve the contents of these documents--which are now too fragile to be handled--and to provide expanded access to this material, the Library has begun a digital project to create and present images or full-text versions of its Nuremberg documents on the Internet, along with analytical information about each document and general information about the trials.
  • The Shoah Education Project
    ...An effort at educating the public, and the Church about the Shoah, or Holocaust. All have heard of the holocaust, only a few comprehend its lessons. Few survivors remain, only a few eyewitnesses, and as they age, we lose the critical eyewitness that makes historical accounts pale. The word "Shoah" is the Hebrew word for gale, or violent storm indicating the turbulent and angry waters of death and pain and grief, that did indeed reach every shore. The shores of every nation are still touched by Shoah. Survivors live wounded lives and we are in one sense or anther, children of the Shoah. This "Shoah Education Project" in an attempt to change hearts, to change perspectives, to make us all far more than tolerant of each other. Both the persons who tormented and persecuted, and the persons who were victimized and suffered, were initially, persons just like us. This program was designed to teach Shoah Education in the Church and Synagogue, but is adaptable for all uses.
  • Shoah Rose : the Church & the Shoah
    A Website for the study of the Church in the Shoah, or Holocaust.
  • The Stephen Roth Institute for the Study of Contemporary Anti-Semitism and Racism
    at Tel Aviv University began operating as the Project for the Study of Anti-Semitism in fall 1991. It is housed in the Wiener Library, which contains one of the largest collections of anti-Semitic, Nazi and extremist literature in the world.
  • SICSA
    The Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. There is online access to our ongoing bibliography on antisemitism and the holocaust, a valuable resource for researchers.
  • The Victoria Holocaust Rememberance and Education Society
    The HopeSite Home Page. Invites you to remember and learn about the Holocaust, to reflect on what it means for us today, and to rekindle hope for a better future.
  • Wannsee Protocol.
    On-line English Translation from BYU.
  • The Simon Wiesenthal Center

Education

  • European Resistance Archive (ERA)
    ERA is a space in which individual stories of people having resisted against the terror, humiliation and despair fascism brought over Europe are kept alive and visible for everybody.
    The protagonists and eyewitnesses will disappear in the next years. Soon, there will be no other testimonies of the happenings apart from those having been collected, recorded, recounted and written down. The value of eyewitness interviews is unique. No book or film can replace the opportunity of watching eyewitnesses tell their stories of resistance and independent decision to do so.
    The European Resistance Archive will enable the documentation of this precious knowledge. It offers video interviews with women and men having taken part in the antifascist resistance. In Europe, these testimonies are often only available to those personally visiting archives or documentary centres.
  • Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz/House of the Wannsee-Conference
    Gedenk- und Bildungsstätte - /Memorial and Educational Site -
  • the Holocaust Commission
    The educational mission of the Holocaust Commission of the United Jewish Federation of Tidewater is threefold:
    1. To promote an understanding of the uniqueness and magnitude of the Holocaust, its unfolding stages and its critical lessons.
    2. To serve as an Educational Resource Center for students and teachers to learn about the Holocaust, racism, and the dangers of prejudice.
    3. To help students apply the lessons of the Holocaust and other historical events – dangers of discrimination, peer pressure, unthinking obedience to authority, and indifference – to the moral decisions they make in their own lives.
  • A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
    An overview of the people and events of the Holocaust through photographs, documents, art, music, and literature.
  • Teaching the Holocaust through Stamps.
    An interdisciplinary computerized program through the use of stamps, pictures, text and paintings by Holocaust children.
  • Nizkor Project Home Page
  • USENET FAQs
    A list of frequently asked questions on the holocaust.
  • Guidelines for Teaching about the Holocaust
    a thorough teaching guide.
  • I*EARN Holocaust/Genocide Project
  • Anne Frank Educational Trust UK
  • the Anne Frank Center USA
  • Learning from History
    website is the result of extensive scholarly research about actual projects used in teaching about "National Socialism and the Holocaust" in historical and citizenship education in and outside schools and in educational work with young people.
  • Schindler's List Teaching Guide
  • the Living history project
    During the course of the party political debate in June 1997, the Prime Minister, Gšran Persson, promised "information about what happened during the Second World War, the view of humanity underlying the Holocaust". The Prime Minister«s statement was prompted by the realization that the Holocaust is a constant warning of what can happen if we fail to maintain a continuous discussion about the importance of democracy and humanity.
  • Massuah
    the Institute for the Study of the Holocaust, was established as a non-profit organization in the 1960's at Kibbutz Tel-Itzhak by members of the Zionist youth movements "Hanoar Hazioni" and "Akiva", who sought to establish an institution that would stimulate interest in the Holocaust among young people, students and educators from Israel and around the world.
  • Schüleraktion Missing Link
    hat es sich zur Aufgabe gemacht, die Zahlungen der Wirtschaft an ehemalige Zwangsarbeiter des NS-Regimes zu beschleunigen. Mit einem symbolischen Kredit soll der Entschädigungsfond durch Berliner Schülerinnen und Schüler schneller aufgefüllt werden, um so auf die peinliche Zurückhaltung deutscher Unternehmen aufmerksam zu machen.
  • Holocaust Teacher Resource Center
    The TRC web site, is dedicated to the memory of the six million Jewish people slaughtered during the Holocaust and the five million other people slaughtered during the Nazi era. It strives to combat prejudice and bigotry by transforming the horrors of the Holocaust into positive lessons to help make this a better and safer world for everybody.

Survivors/Remember

The Camps

Other Shoah related sites

  • Aktion Kinder des Holocaust
    ein internationaler Zusammenschluss von Nachkommen Überlebender der nationalsozialistischen Judenverfolgung und des antifaschistischen Widerstands, sowie deren Angehörige und Freunde. Sie arbeitet mit verschiedenen Organisationen zusammen.
  • AMCHA
    Israeli Centers for Holocaust Survivors and the Second Generation, is a non-profit organization which since 1987, has been providing support services such as psychotherapy, groups services, support groups, clubs for the aging survivor and volunteer services to homebound survivors.
  • Beyond the Pale
    The history of Jews in Russia. This exhibition depicts the history of anti-Jewish attitudes -- and of anti-Semitism today, a form of intolerance that in our century caused the death of millions of people. The exhibition also portrays the history of Jews in Europe and in Russia to help understand their life, religion and culture. But above all, the exhibition wants to warn of the great dangers of prejudice and intolerance, particularly in times of political uncertainty and increased social tension.
  • CDJC
    Centre de Documentation Juive Contemporaine et Memorial du Martyr Juif Inconnu
  • The DNA Shoah Project
    is building a database of genetic material from Holocaust survivors and their immediate descendants in hopes of reuniting families disrupted by the Shoah (“Holocaust” in Hebrew). The Project aims to match displaced relatives, provide Shoah orphans and lost children with information about their biological families and, eventually, assist in the forensic identification of Holocaust-era remains. Uses for the DNA Database * Reunite families displaced by the Holocaust * Assist global orphan-placement organizations to identify siblings and close relatives separated during World War II * Eventually, when the database has reached sufficient size, assist European governments in Holocaust-era forensic identifications
  • Dormant Accounts Homepage
  • Holocaust Pictures Exhibition
  • Shamash:
    The Jewish Internet Consortium Holocaust Home Page
  • about Oscar Schindler
    a bon vivant, an alcoholic, a member of the Nazi party and a womanisor of the worst sort - and at the same time one of the greatest, if not the greatest, humane figure in the horrors of Holocaust. Who saved more Jews during WW2 than any other single person ....
  • Axis History Factbook
  • Holocaust/Shoah -- The Third Reich
  • Triangles Roses
    La persécution des homosexuels sous le régime nazi
  • Zabludow Holocaust Page
    detailed information on the holocaust in Zabludow, Poland
  • Holocaust Timeline
    Created and maintained by The History Place, this timeline summarizes the major events of the Holocaust and is an effort to be a complete chronicle of Nazi persecution of the Jews with over 150 photos and text.
  • The Holocaust -- A Tragic Legacy
    This site was created in the summer of 1997 as an entry in the ThinkQuest competition. We decided on the topic of the Holocaust because Jordan, being Jewish, had a personal interest and because Kushal was interested in the general phenomenon of genocide. Mike agreed it was a good idea, and we began work, attempting to establish something different from the stuff already out there.
  • Maven Holocaust & Antisemitism Links
  • Links to selected Web sites on the Holocaust assets.
  • The Official March of The Living Site
  • Another Canadian MOTL Site
  • Vatican bank claims
    Restitution & justice for atrocity and concentration camp survivors of Serb, Jewish, and Ukrainian background and their relatives

Misc/News

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