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Holocaust Art, Film, and Media

  • IDEA: A Journal of Social Issues: http://www.bravenewweb.com/idea/
    "Created for the exchange of ideas related mainly, but not exclusively, to cults, mass movements, war, genocide, holocaust, war, and murder. Authors wishing to submit articles, short pieces, essays or comments may send them to ajacobs@bravenewweb.com Thank you, Krysia Jacobs, publisher, Alan Jacobs, editor". An excellent site.

  • Poems of Jewish Death
    http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/2730


  • Holocaust Collection by Gideon
    http://members.aol.com/gideonet/holocaust.htm
    Artist/Sculptor GIDEON was a US Army Ranger & with the liberation in WWII. Since then he has been painting his rememberances of the "Holocaust"...probably painted the first account ever of this event in 1946 immediately after war. You can read about his history and view his "Holocaust Collection" at the Gideonet Website.

  • An Auschwitz Alphabet
    Jonathan Blumen has an intriguing site, inspired by Primo Levi and arranged around an alphabet of learning, at: http://www.spectacle.org/695/ausch.html . See for yourself!

  • "Lest We Forget" CD-ROM:
    http://socialstudies.com:80/summer96/summer.html
    http://www.logos.com/holocaust/MAIN.HTML

    Lest We Forget- A History of the Holocaust, the latest dual platform multimedia CD-ROM from Logos Research Systems, Inc. was awarded on June 17th in London, the 1996 Graphics and Animation BIMA Award from the British Interactive Multimedia Association.

  • The Dentist of Auschwitz
    www.gis.net/~survivor/
    The book brings to light the reason for dental stations in Nazi camps. It also tells of a great catastrophy on the North Sea--both are new to the history of German and British atrocities commiited to Europe's Jews.

  • Oscar Fishtein's fictional book entitled, "I'll Sell You A Million Jews"
    http://www.eclipse.net/~oscarf/

  • THE COMPLETE MAUS CD-ROM by Voyager
    This CD-ROM is an in-depth look at Art Spiegelman's Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel. It includes the audio of interviews Art conducted with his father (who was interned at Auschwitz) and gobs of other info. Located at: http://www.voyagerco.com/CD/ph/p.maus.html

  • Jeffrey Schanzer: No More In Thrall
    Sirius String Quartet with Kevin Norton, percussion CRI CD 748
    www.composersrecordings.com
    This work commemorates the 50th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration camp at Buchenwald, where the composer's father was a prisoner. Buchenwald was unique in that it was liberated by the prisoners themselves, saving thousands of lives in doing so.

    Each movement of this work is based on a folk or traditional melody and reflects the ethnic and political diversity of the camp. The CD is on the Composers Recordings Inc. (CRI) label (CRI CD 748). For more information, visit CRI's web site.

  • Felix Nussbaum, an Artist
    http://www.osnabruck.de/kultur/nuss/felix.htm
    The Jewish artist Felix Nussbaum died during the Holocaust. His art lives on at this site.

  • "Three Stories," A New Documentary Film by artist and filmaker, Pavel Vogler.
    http://www.esqwire.com/henryk.htm

    There were 60,000 Jews living in Krakow, Poland in 1939. By the end of 1945 after the Holocaust only 2,000 Jewish residents of Krakow remained. In 1988 the Jewish community of Krakow numbered 180. Today there are less than 100 Jews left. "Three Stories," a film by Pavel Vogler, documents the life (before, during and after the war) of his father, Henryk Vogler, one of the few Krakow survivors remaining, a recognized Jewish author and cultural leader in Krakow.

  • In Lieu of Flowers
    Witness Hitler's rise to power through the eyes of the author, growing up Jewish in Malsch, a village in Germany. A poignant, occasionally lighthearted 28 story collection.

  • IDEA: A Journal of Social Issues: http://www.bravenewweb.com/idea/
    "Created for the exchange of ideas related mainly, but not exclusively, to cults, mass movements, war, genocide, holocaust, war, and murder. Authors wishing to submit articles, short pieces, essays or comments may send them to ajacobs@bravenewweb.com Thank you, Krysia Jacobs, publisher, Alan Jacobs, editor". An excellent site.

  • The Spectacular State: Fascism and the Modern Imagination
    http://hoshi.cic.sfu.ca/~spec-state/
    Art, poetry, ideas, and vision...an interesting site to visit and learn.

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