- Mauthausen Memorial
Since the middle of november 1997 the Concentration Camp Memorial ofMauthausen is running its new homepage . We offer information about ourmemorial in general and a 90 pages history of the Concentration CampMauthausen.
- The Forgotten Camps (“Les camps oubliés”)
The site is weekly updated and it already contains informations and pictures on the following nazi camps: Breendonck (Belgium), Vught, Amersfoort and Westerbork (in Holland), Drancy (France), Plaznow (Poland). Others camps will be treated soon.
- Gunskirchen Camp Liberation
The site can be viewed at:
There are 27 pages of commentary by soldiers wholiberated the camp, as well as 2 dozen photos and illustrationsafter their liberation of the Gunskirchen concentrationcamp in Austria.
- Vereinigung der Verfolgten des Naziregimes – Bund der Antifaschistinnen und Antifaschisten – VVN-BdA”
German-Member of Federation International de Resistance FIR and Member of “International Komitee Auschwitz”
- Explore the Mauthausen Camp History
For more information about the KL Gusen II complex, take a look to the following URLs — http://linz.orf.at/orf/gusen/index.htm — http://zika.zika.or.at/faeth/invit.htm — http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/1325/berg.htm — http://zika.zika.or.at/feath/berg.htm
- L’Chaim, a Holocaust WebProject
Robert Bennett has upgraded his site; check out his virtualtour of Dachau.
- Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Page
About 500,000 to 700,000, possibly one million Serbs died in Nazi-occupied Yugoslavia.There are links to pages about the WWII death camp Jasenovac, where thousands of Serbs perished. Lots of WWII information.
- Jasenovac Concentration Camp
“We would like to inform you that the home page covering the events in theNazi concentration camp Jasenovac in the period of 1941 – 1945 is nowavailable on the Web.”
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