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WIRED 2.05

Net Surf

Forever Remembered

Historically minded gopher surfers should investigate this rich, poignant wave. The Jerusalem One server houses more than 20 Mbytes of text and gif files relating to the Holocaust. There, in the Electronic Jewish Library, you will also find a large assortment of non-Holocaust items: Jewish Internet information, files on politics and religion, the Hebrew software archives, and information about the Jewish Library. Within the Holocaust Archives folder, you will find gateways to quotes from the time, first-hand narratives, original historical documents, details of the Nazi “euthanasia” project, and articles about Holocaust denial. You will also find bibliographies and book reviews.

To access this powerful wave, point your gopher at

Edited by Kristin Spence

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Transmitted: 94-05-25 21:51:21 EDT


NYSERNET is a source of Jewish information online, including a detailed collection of graphics, documents, and information about the Holocaust, as well as learning challenges and historical questions.

To access this, use Gopher to contact .


United States Holocaust Research Institute, Fifth Floor, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place, SW Washington, D.C 20024-2150, Telephone: (202) 488-6115, Fax: (202) 479-9726,

Contact through World Wide Web at


An archive of testimony, descriptions, documents and informational files, graphics, and first hand accounts of the Holocaust..

Gopher: University of Florida


Choose Subject Area Resources|Educational TV|Holocaust Online Exhibit

The exhibit is actually in North Carolina, although direct connection has not proven successful.



Purpose: The Holocaust Information list is devoted to Holocaust research, and to the refutation of those who deny the event. It is currently an unmoderated, public list, but I reserve the right to change status to private/moderated if the need arises.

Topics within the scope of the list include: World-wide racial supremacy organizations and activities, world-wide neo-nazi organizations and activities, Holocaust denial via electronic networking, including but not limited to FidoNet, UseNet, InterNet, Prodigy, GEnie, CompuServe, etc., and the notification all list members when a new bulletin board, fax forwarding, or voice-mail organization is identified as representing the views of the various organizations noted above, including The Institute for Historical Review (IHR), Christian Identity, Aryan Nation, America First Committee, Liberty Lobby and activities of well- known folks like Willy Carto, David Irving, and many, many others.

To subscribe to the list, send the following command to:

in the form:

subscribe hlist firstname lastname

Example: subscribe hlist ken mcvay

If you do not receive confirmation from the server within 24 hours, please let me know and I will add you to the list manually.

Holocaust and Fascism Archives

Location: Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

To access:


2. login: guest

3. Select 7 Government Building from the main menu


IP Address:

Michael Shain, Director of Information Technology, World ORT Union [(O)rganization for educational (R)esources and (T)raining] at

They have set up something called ORTnet for their network of Jewish schools worldwide.

Source: Internet on the Holocaust and Genocide, December, 1993


The Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide in Jerusalem is pleased to announce the forthcoming availability of the HOLOCAUST AND GENOCIDE COMPUTERIZED BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATABASE, Version 2.2, edited by MARC I. SHERMAN AND ISRAEL W. CHARNY. This database has been compiled on an IBM-compatable PC using Procite, one of the most widely acclaimed bibliographic database managers on personal computers.

The database, which has been largely funded by the U.S. Institute of Peace, Washington, D.C. (a federal agency), assembles literature especially from 1980 onwards, the period which has seen the most significant steps forward in the emerging field of study of genocide as well as a limited number of citations from earlier years. The database has been compiled from a multitude of international sources including the institute’s own published bibliographies (Genocide: A Critical Bibliographic Review, Charny, I.W. [Ed], Volume 1, 1988 and Volumne 2, 1992), an invited panel of distinguished scholars, and various online databases.

The fields covered in this interdisciplinary database include religion, psychology, sociology, law, medicine, history, economics, political science, anthropology, education, and philosophy. The database contains some 9000 unique bibliographic citations of books, chapters of books, book reviews, journal articles, and dissertations, most with abstracts, and a unique controlled index word scheme developed specifically for this database.

This first-of-a-kind database is without doubt the most comprehensive source of literature in this rapidly evolving area of research and will be an invaluable source for scholars accessing information on this crucial field. This database will be available on diskettes to research institutions, libraries and scholars. The availability on Procite, with its advanced searching and formatting capabilities, will further enhance research.

For more information on subscriptions to the database, write Marc I. Sherman, M.L.S., Project Director, or Pauline Cooper, Project Coordinator, at the Institute on the Holocaust and Genocide, POB 10311, 91102 Jerusalem, Israel. Fax: 972-2-720424.



The videotapes and other material described below are available from the Social Studies School Service, 10200 Jefferson Boulevard, Room J1, P.O. Box 802, Culver City, California 90232-0802. Their complete catalogue, “Teaching the Holocaust,” may be obtained free of charge by calling 1-800-421-4246. (These folks may also be contacted via uucp mail, using the address – we’d appreciate it if you’d tell them you heard about their catalogue “on the net.”)

Transmitted: 93-11-03 09:15:25 EST

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