The NizkorProject This is one of the most important and ongoing Holocaust projects on the Web. Actually it is a collection of projects, with a group of volunteers headed by Ken McVay. This is an important site to visit.
Holocaust publications reviews and discussion group http://www.h-net.msu.edu/~holoweb/ This site is a must visit. “H-Holocaust exists so scholars of the Holocaust can communicate with each other using this innovative and exciting new technology, and makes available diverse bibliographical, research, and teaching aids.”
IDEA: A Journal of Social Issues: http://www.bravenewweb.com/idea/ “Created for the exchange of ideas related mainly, but notexclusively, to cults, mass movements, war, genocide, holocaust, war, andmurder. Authors wishing to submit articles, short pieces, essays or comments may send them to [email protected] Thank you, Krysia Jacobs, publisher, Alan Jacobs, editor”. An excellent site.
The Holocaust History Project http://www.holocaust-history.org The Holocaust History Project was formed in 1997 both to respond to the fraudulentclaims of Holocaust-deniers and to document that period ofhistory. The site provides an email question-and-answer service, for allquestions relating to the Holocaust, [email protected]
The Brest Ghetto Passport Archive: A Searchable Database http://russian.arizona.edu/brest.html “The goal of our organization is to list the names of as many of the victims as we possibly can in a way that is searchable by relatives and researchers around the world.”
The Holocaust Album http://www.hooked.net/users/rgreene/ By Ron Greene, this site features many photos centering around a return visitby survivors to Germany. Also Visas For Life tells the remarkable story of Chiune and Yukiko Sugihara, and how, while on a diplomatic mission in Lithuania, they saved thousands of Jews fleeing the Nazis.
The Mining Company’s Holocaust Site http://holocaust.miningco.com The site features original weekly articles about the Holocaust, a timeline,and a continually growing collection of annotated links for research andstudy. In the near future, the site will host a Holocaust glossary andsupport a bulletin board and chat area for regular moderated forums as wellas an opportunity to discuss the monthly book selections.
Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies: http://www.library.yale.edu/testimonies/homepage.html “The site features excerpts from the testimonies of Holocaust survivors and witnesses, including video and audio clips. The site also describes the history, mission, and activities of the Archive, provides access to our online catalog, and has a list of edited programs available for loan to schools and community groups.”
Simon Wiesenthal Center at: http://www.wiesenthal.com/ From their site: “The Simon Wiesenthal Center is an international center for Holocaust remembrance and the defense of human rights and the Jewish people.”
Human Rights USA http://www.hrusa.org/ The HUMAN RIGHTS USA web site is being used to Educate, Communicate,Advocate, and Commemorate for human rights. On the site one may share human rightsclassroom lessons and activities, gather resources from the extensivebibliography listing, and use the interactive web forums to communicatewith people working on human rights around the world. Many ideas andtools for advocating and protecting human rights are available,including a list of community action ideas. Visitors to the site canwrite to Congress directly using our web tools.
View paintings by survivor Jan Komski. His personal history is full of remarkable events, including being part of the very first prisoner transport to arrive in Auschwitz, and being part of one of the most famous escapes from the camp. Check out Voices of Shoah now, an audio documentary narrated by Elliot Gould.