The Eichmann Trial:
Cybrary of the Holocaust – http://www.remember.org/
An online educational forum that provides information and access to historicalmaterials that have been made available for educators since April, 1995. Thesite is dedicated to sharing resources and educating both students (grade 6through college) and teachers around the world.
Facing History and Ourselves – http://www.facing.org/
Facing History and Ourselves is a national educational and professionaldevelopmentorganization whose mission is to engage students of diverse backgrounds in anexamination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote thedevelopment of a more humane and informed citizenry. By studying the historicaldevelopment and lessons of the Holocaust, and other examples of genocide,students make the essential connection between history and the moral choices theyconfront in their own lives.
The Nizkor Project – http://www.nizkor.org/
One of the most comprehensive sites online for research, with extensivedocumentation andrefutation of revisionism.
The Auschwitz Alphabet – http://www.spectacle.org/695/ausch.html
Each letter of the alphabet details the horror of the Holocaust; some arepersonal tales.
Alan Jacobs Photos of Auschwitz and the Camps
View the pictures of Auschwitz now and today in The Camps, where survivors’paintings are shown and compared with actual photos from the camps today.
Teacher’s Guide to the Holocaust – http://fcit.coedu.usf.edu/holocaust/timeline/N1945.htm
From the timeline, “Images: The Nuremberg Trials” maintained by the University ofSouth Florida, this page includes images and short text of Eichmann’strial.
The Holocaust Guide for Teachers – http://www.remember.org/guide/index.html
A link from the Cybrary website. This is a series of guides for teachers,”designed so that the teacher does not have to pursue original source material inorder to feel comfortable with the complexity and diversity of Holocaust historyand the range of the subject matter.”
The Simon Wiesenthal Center – http://www.wiesenthal.com/
“The Simon Wiesenthal Center is an international center for Holocaust remembranceand the defense of human rights and the Jewish people. Headquartered in LosAngeles, the Center’s mandate is a unique combination of social action, publicoutreach, scholarship, education and media projects as it imparts the lessons ofthe Holocaust and develops educational strategies for teaching tolerance.”
United States Holocaust Museum – http://www.ushmm.org/
“America’s national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretationof Holocaust history, and serves as this country’s memorial to the millions ofpeople murdered during the Holocaust. The Museum’s primary mission is to advanceanddisseminate knowledge about this unprecedented tragedy; to preserve the memory ofthose who suffered; and to encourage its visitors to reflect upon the moral andspiritualquestions raised by the events of the Holocaust as well as their ownresponsibilities as citizens of a democracy.”
In Israel, the museum also offers a chance to submit searches through their HallofNames project, where people can possibly find out what happened to members oftheirfamily. Contact them for more information.
“Lest We Forget”, CD-ROM
Lest We Forget- A History of the Holocaust, the latest dual platform multimedia CD-ROM from Logos Research Systems, Inc. was awarded the 1996 Graphicsand Animation BIMA Award from the British Interactive Multimedia Association.
Abe’s Story – http://www.remember.org/abe/
“Follow the journey of survivor Abram Korn through his story, interactive map,onlinelesson plans, and email support from his son, Joey, who put the site online andeditedhis father’s memoirs.”