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View Resource A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust

The Internet already hosts a large number of quality sites dealing with the Holocaust and other genocides, but this site, created by a group of graduate students in a Development of Technology-Based Instruction course at the University of South Florida, deserves special attention. The site features an annotated Timeline that traces anti-Semitism, the Holocaust and their repercussions from 1918 to...

http://fcit.usf.edu/holocaust/
View Resource Last Expression: Art from Auschwitz

Described as a forum to explore "the roles, functions, meanings, and makings of art in the Nazi concentration camps," this Website posts cataloged images of art work, including drawings, paintings, and photographs, done by prisoners at Auschwitz - Birkenau. In addition to the searchable and browseable collection of hundreds of works of art, the Website offers essays and streaming video lectures...

http://www.blockmuseum.northwestern.edu/view/exhibitions/pas...
View Resource Learning about the Holocaust through Art

The heart of this site is the explore section, which contains art works produced during the Holocaust. Each artist is profiled in a biography, and internal links provide more information on camps and related artists. The Learn section contains a teachers' guide, activities for students at different levels, and study resources, including a bibliography, Webliography, and essay on camps in France....

http://art.holocaust-education.net/
View Resource Holocaust Era in Croatia: Jasenovac 1941-1945

This new exhibit from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) focuses on the years following the German invasion of Yugoslavia, when the Ustasa regime founded the Independent State of Croatia and set up concentration camps there. Jasenovac was the largest of the camps, and the USHMM site features artifacts from the Jasenovac Memorial Area Collection. There are three main sections of...

https://www.ushmm.org/exhibition/jasenovac/
View Resource Voices of the Holocaust

Presented by the British Library, Voices of the Holocaust consists of personal, oral testimonies gathered from Jewish men and women who came to reside in Britain. These testimonies are true stories told by Holocaust survivors that depict life during this horrifyingly tumultuous time. The testimonies are divided into six main categories -- life before the Holocaust, ghettos and deportations, the...

http://www.bl.uk/learning/histcitizen/voices/holocaust.html
View Resource Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933-1945

This new online exhibit from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum offers some valuable insights into the persecution of homosexuals by the National Socialist government under Adolf Hitler. The exhibit begins by recounting the story of Richard Grune, an artist who had trained at the Bauhaus school, who was identified by the Nazis in 1934 and later spent the entirety of World War II in the...

https://www.ushmm.org/information/exhibitions/traveling-exhi...
View Resource The Trial Of Adolf Eichmann

The Nizkor Project, one of the largest online repositories of primary documents related to the Holocaust, is in the final stages of converting the Israel State Archives' extensive records of the Adolf Eichmann trial and placing them online. Eichmann, who supervised the implementation of the "Final Solution," escaped to Argentina after the war, where he was secretly apprehended by Israeli agents in...

http://www.nizkor.org/hweb/people/e/eichmann-adolf/transcrip...
View Resource Witness to the Holocaust

Developed by the Georgia Institute of Technology Library and Information Center, this site grew out of the Witness to the Holocaust Memorial Project, which began in 1978 to refute claims that the Holocaust never happened. The Project was founded by the late Fred Roberts Crawford, who was the directory of Emory University's Center for Research in Social Change (he also was a prisoner of war in...

http://www.library.gatech.edu/holocaust/
View Resource Simon Wiesenthal Center: Multimedia Learning Center Online

The Simon Wiesenthal Center has done the Web-browsing public a great service by placing this extremely comprehensive and authoritative multimedia archive online. Online since 1999, the Multimedia Learning Center provides access to some of the past virtual exhibits sponsored by the Center's Museum of Tolerance (including a fine one dedicated to Polish Jews), a host of teacher's resources, and a...

http://motlc.wiesenthal.com/site/pp.asp?c=gvKVLcMVIuG&b=3582...
View Resource Life After the Holocaust: Stories of Holocaust Survivors After The War

Perhaps no event in the 20th century (or in recorded history) has been as well-documented and archived as the Holocaust that took place in Nazi Germany during the late 1930s and 1940s. Many groups and organizations have sought to place some of the materials they have collected online, and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is one such organization that should be applauded for their...

https://www.ushmm.org/exhibition/life-after-holocaust/
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