Mary M. Barksdale Library

  The Holocaust


  • The Holocaust - Teacher Oz's Kingdom of History. An outstanding site!!  Provides links to hundreds of sites, including the following topics:  Kristallnacht; forced labor; the camps and ghettos; Dr. Joseph Mengele; Anne Frank; rescuers and resistance fighters; Oskar Schindler; the Nuremberg trials; and Nazi gold. 

  • Hitler & the Holocaust - Teacher Oz's Kingdom of History.  An excellent site!!  In addition to providing numerous links to sites dealing with Adolf Hitler, this site also includes links to the following:  primary documents; maps; the Nazis; the SS; Nazi propaganda; the Hitler Youth; the German resistance movement; the German military; the Nuremberg war crimes trials; and the origins of the swastika. 

  • Cybrary of the Holocaust - Contains research, discussion forums, and links to the literature.  Uses art, photos, poems, and facts to educate about the Holocaust.

  • The History Place - Holocaust Timeline.  Provides a timeline which begins in 1933.  Also contains photos and statistics of the Holocaust.

  • Museum of Tolerance Online- This site contains a multimedia learning center, virtual exhibits, and special collections, which feature over 13,000 documents in English, German, and Hebrew from the Institute of Documentation in Israel.

  • Holocaust Links - California State University, Chico. Provides links to many sites, including "Hate on the Net," survivors, the resistance, Anne Frank, and Auschwitz.

  • Literature of the Holocaust - The University of Pennsylvania.  Provides links to numerous sites dealing with a wide range of topics.

  • The Nizkor Project - This site is concerned with the denial of the Holocaust.  Nizkor includes a pamphlet entitled 66 Questions and Answers about the Holocaust, which summarizes many of the most common arguments used by Holocaust deniers; the site also includes Nizkor's refutations of the pamphlet's statements.  Also provides transcripts from the trial of Adolf Eichman, proceedings from the trial of the German Major War Criminals at Nuremberg, links to sites dealing with the concentration camps, and additional information on the "techniques of Holocaust denial."


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