This Web site is a good hub -- linking to a range of Holocaust museums and resources worldwide. In addition to Yad Vashem and the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, you can connect to The Anne Frank House, the Miami Beach Holocaust Memorial...and more. An interesting starting point for exploring the Holocaust.
Offers a variety of substantive links for learning more about anti-semitism. For example it connects to: The German Information Center for the Study of Racism; Manifestations of Antisemitism Around the World, a report by the Israeli government; and "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion," the notorious anti-semitic forgery, with articles and analysis.
This well-designed Web site offers interesting material, including: "36 Questions About the Holocaust;" a project surveying hate on the internet; and the Center's Museum of Tolerance, where you can take an on-line tour of this "high tech, hands-on experimental museum."
Visit here to read the personal oral histories of several Polish Jews who survived the ghettos and death camps.
Part of the Humanities OnLine initiative. This site is organized to provide a forum for academics willing to share research interests and methods of teaching on anti-semitic history. Subscription is free.
An opportunity to view one country's experience and memorial to the Holocaust. This Shoah Museum in Belgium offers a brief on line tour of its material. Included is a tribute to "The Righteous among the Nations"--men and women who risked their own lives to help save their neighbors. There is also summary information on the deportation of Belgium Jews and, their resistance.
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