Thursday, November 8, 2007


Holocaust from
See the Yad Vashem and US Holocaust Memorial Museum links under Museums and Exhibitions, and the SCJ FAQ section on Anti-Semitism. There are also Holocaust archives at Shamash and several Holocaust FAQ files.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center has information about its projects.

Bruno Giussani's maintains a web site concerning Switzerland and Holocaust Assets.

Steven Spielberg's Shoah Visual History Foundation is dedicated to archiving interviews of Holocaust Survivors all over the world.

The Nizkor Project is a collection of Holocaust memorial and anti-revisionist projects on the Internet, organized by Ken McVay, of British Columbia, Canada.

The Cybrary of the Holocaust has many documents and pictures about the Holocaust.

California State University at Chico has a course on the Holocaust with a list of links to other Holocaust resources.

Social Studies School Service has a web site with materials designed for teaching about the Holocaust.

David Maddison has a web site called the Talmud Exposed with responses to anti-semitic discussions of the Talmud.

The Harold B. Lee Library at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah has the has the 1942 Wannsee Protocol outlining Germany's plans for the extermination of the Jewish people.

The web tour of Amsterdam stops at the Anne Frank House.

The Anne Frank web site at the University of Washington is no longer available, but they have a list of related sites.

The March of the Living is a program that brings Jewish teens to Poland and then to Israel to learn the lessons of the Holocaust.

Rabbi Jonathan Ginsburg

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