Holocaust Links

Nazi Letters on Execution of the Jews
In a February 26, 1942 letter to Martin Luther, Reinhard Heydrich follows up on the Wannsee Conference by asking Luther for administrative assistance in the implementation of the "Endlösung der Judenfrage" (Final Solution of the Jewish Question).

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Holocaust Heroes and Rescuers Sites

Rescuer Irena Sendler
The Irena Sendler Project
A social worker during WWII, Irena Sendler entered the Warsaw Ghetto and convinced Jewish parents and grandparents to let their children leave with her in order to save their children’s lives.

Holocaust Museums and Memorials: Web Sites


The post-camp relics are protected by the Museum created in 1947. The Memorial today is i.a. the Archive and Collections as well as research, conservation and publishing center.

Recently revised, offering ability to search what is available at the museum. Be sure to check here first if you are going to visit.

In Israel, the museum also offers a chance to submit searches through their Hall of Names project, where people can possibly find out what happened to members of their family. Contact them for more information.

The Museum of Tolerance, a multimedia museum in Los Angeles, California, United States, is designed to examine racism and prejudice around the world with a strong focus on the history of the Holocaust.
  • Simon Wiesenthal Center at: https://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.”

Survivors Online

Each Holocaust survivor has a unique and individual story.  In this section you can find out about some of our members, read their stories and watch short films of them describing their experiences in person. Their recollections include life in the ghettos, the experience of being a slave labourer, surviving concentration camps, life in hiding, and what it what like to arrive in the UK as a refugee.

High school students at the Urban School of San Francisco conduct and film interviews with Bay Area Holocaust survivors in their homes. Students then transcribe each 2-plus hour interview, create hundreds of movie files associated with each transcript, and then post the full-text, full-video interviews on this public website as a service to a world-wide audience interested in Holocaust studies. See Project Descriptions for a more detailed overview of the course and project.

The  Museum’s Behind Every Name a Story project gives voice to the experiences of survivors during the Holocaust.

Online Education

Children of Survivors

  • International Association of Lesbian and Gay Children of Holocaust Survivors
    I started two websites for second generation groups. One is a small site for a town which had 2,000 Jews in 1932 and has about 50 members now. The other group which started 8 years ago and has several hundred members in nine countries, is launched through the same URL (infotrue.com).
  • All Generations www.allgenerations.org.

There is also a groups of child survivors, who would tend to have younger children.  These were more likely displaced children who were shipped out by the parents when given the opportunity.

Info Resources

  • HateWatchHatewatch is a blog that monitors and exposes the activities of the American radical right.
  • The Nizkor Project
    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.
  • Genocide Studies – https://www.yale.edu/cgp/
  • Holocaust publications reviews and discussion group
    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.”
  • Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies:
    “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.”
  • Nuremberg War Crimes Trials
    One of our most important projects is mounting the full proceedings of the Trial of the Major German War Criminals. We have so far mounted volumes 1-4 as well as numerous supporting document
  • IDEA: A Journal of Social Issueshttps://www.ideajournal.com

“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 ajacobs@bravenewweb.com Thank you, Krysia Jacobs, publisher, Alan Jacobs, editor”. An excellent site.

Remember.org is noted on the credits, for sharing historical photographs with the filmmakers.


  • Gunskirchen Camp Liberation
    The site can be viewed at:
    There are 27 pages of commentary by soldiers who liberated the camp, as well as 2 dozen photos and illustrations after their liberation of the Gunskirchen concentration camp in Austria.