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World War, 1939-1945 -- Jews

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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 Lost Art Internet Database

Launched on April 10, the Lost Art Internet Database is a collaborative project of the Federal Government of Germany and its Federal States ("Lander"). The site "registers cultural goods which were transported or stolen because of persecution, especially of Jewish citizens, as a result of World War II or as a result of National Socialism." At the site users can currently conduct simple or advanced...

https://www.lostart.de/de/start
View Resource Holocaust Survivors

Originally a photography project, Holocaust Survivors has developed into a touring exhibit and a Website. Directed by John Menszer, this moving and well-constructed site is an outstanding adjunct to any class or course that discusses the Holocaust. University courses, especially larger surveys, often deal with the Shoah on a broad institutional level in an attempt to impart the sheer scale of the...

https://www.holocaustsurvivors.org/
View Resource Voice Vision: Holocaust Survivor Oral Histories

This Website features print, audio, and video versions of oral histories given by survivors of the Nazi Holocaust of the Jews. Voice Vision, maintained by the University of Michigan-Dearborn's Mardigian Library, offers extensive audio and print selections from twelve survivors, a sampling taken from the 330 hours of audio and 60 hours of video tape from over 150 Holocaust survivors collected by...

http://holocaust.umd.umich.edu/
View Resource Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies

Fortunoff Video Archive features print, audio, and video versions of oral histories given by survivors of the Nazi Holocaust of the Jews. It is housed at the Sterling Memorial Library at Yale. The Website provides information about the archive; a guide to research that takes users to the library's online catalog; links to information about edited video programs of testimonies available for loan...

https://fortunoff.library.yale.edu
View Resource The Nuremberg Project

The Nuremberg Project, a Web site presented by the Rutgers Journal of Law and Religion, has begun to offer online access to the Donovan Collection, the personal documents and papers of General William J. "Wild Bill" Donovan. After World War II, during the International Military Tribunal (IMT) in Nuremberg, Donovan served as special assistant to the U.S. Chief Prosecutor. Selecting from his papers...

https://lawandreligion.com/nuremberg-project
View Resource Auschwitz: Inside the Nazi State

As the series producer, Laurence Rees, mentions in the introduction to this engaging online presentation, "Auschwitz is unique. It has a physical beginning in May 1940 and physical ending in January 1945, and is the site of the single largest mass murder in the history of humanity." The overall focus of this website is to offer an informed and nuanced attempt to understand the extermination...

http://www.pbs.org/auschwitz/