Compiled by the Holocaust History Project
Note: These links are provided as a service to people interested in more information on the Holocaust and Holocaust denial. The Holocaust History Project does not necessarily endorse all the views expressed on these sites. Comments should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The BBC has several excellent links on the Holocaust, ranging from one on genocide to a treatment of the Holocaust to a series on a survivor's recollections of his experiences.
As time passes, memory fades. The Cybrary of the Holocaust uses art, discussion groups, photos, poems, and a wealth of facts to preserve powerful memories and to educate scholars and newcomers alike about the Holocaust.
A timeline of the Holocaust with a wealth of information.
A large collection of documents, reproductions and photographs on the Holocaust.
See also the Mazal Holocaust Library YouTube page, a page created in honor of the memory of Mr. Mazal.
An excellent collection of documents, photographs, articles of interest to students, academics, the general public and survivors.
Ken McVay's legendary site.
This French and English site provides articles, essays and a bibliography.
Documents, resources, multimedia and more.
A German site with documents and links maintained by THHP volunteer Juergen Langowski.
This blog, which includes contributions by some current THHP members and other academics, contains a massive number of very well researched essays, some of book length, on historical aspects of the Holocaust, including refutation of Holocaust deniers. See among many others the book length scholarly work Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka: Holocaust Denial and Operation Reinhard. Highly recommended.
A site in French and English with a wealth of information on the concentration and extermination camps. It contains some factual errors, especially overstating the number of deaths at Auschwitz, but has a lot of information on the various camps.
The Holocaust Global Registry provides a central place for anyone searching Holocaust survivors, for survivors searching family members or friends, and for child survivors searching clues to their identity.
An interdisciplinary and computerized program through the use of stamps, pictures, texts and paintings by children in the Holocaust. In English and Hebrew.
The Museum of Jewish Heritage. A Living Memorial to the Holocaust opened to the public in September 1997. Its mission is to educate people of all ages and backgrounds about the 20th century Jewish experience before, during, and after the Holocaust.
A site in German that focuses on Auschwitz, compiled by young German students.
An entire book as a website. A detailed history of the Holocaust in word and pictures. The hardcover companion book is available in bookstores at a modest price and the proceeds go to Holocaust education.
A site in German with a wealth of information about the Holocaust, including original documentation and a large links page.
An extensive, documentary site on the Irving lawsuit, consisting of virtually all material relevant to the trial, and including the judgment, expert evidence and daily transcripts.
A site focusing on the 5 million non-Jewish victims of the Holocaust.
A French language site dealing with denial and its refutation.
The Holocaust and War Victims Tracing and Information Center is a national clearing house for persons seeking the fates of loved ones missing since the Holocaust and its aftermath. It is available for American citizens.
A website by Holocaust survivor Thomas Toivi Blatt. The material on the website is the result of both extensive research and the first-hand experience of Thomas Toivi Blatt, who escaped from Sobibor during the prisoner revolt of 1943.
A German language online site under the aegis of the Deutsches Historisches Museum [the German Historical Museum], which has pages on virtually every aspect of German history since 1900, with extensive sections on antisemitism and the Holocaust. It includes documents, recordings, videos and essays.
A site that provides information leading up to the Holocaust showing major ties between corporations and the Nazis with articles, book excerpts, historical and recent news media reports, war crimes trial transcripts, government and organization resources.
A website dedicated to the women who perished in the Holocaust and those who survived.
In time for Holocaust Memorial Day, the Open University has published a unit of learning on the Holocaust on OpenLearn, the University's website that makes educational materials from our courses available free of charge to anyone online.
The website, which has been up since January 2005, is a collection of photographs of Auschwitz and Krakow taken in January 2005, in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
A website that portrays the Holocaust in Latvia as well as Latvia's Jews - Yesterday and Today - through memorials, accounts, links, photographs, news reports books, oral histories, war crime trial transcripts, and more.
A Spanish language website that addresses various aspects of the Holocaust.
This is a site about listening, watching and learning from survivors of the Holocaust and other genocides.
The Online Memorial Sites Forum is a German language internet platform of and for memorial sites like Berlin's "Topography of Terror", and contains a wealth of information, documents and links.
More than 200 Poles have been presented with State honours, by the President of the Republic of Poland, in recognition of their efforts in saving Jews. This site is dedicated to them and the people they helped save. It has been recognized by Yad Vashem. In English and Polish.
The official Auschwitz-Birkenau website, with a wealth of information, in English and Polish.
Publications available at the Auschwitz State Museum www.books.e-oswiecim.pl
The official site of the Buchenwald concentration camp, in German, English and French.
The official site (in English and German)
A very complete site on the concentration camp, in several languages, featuring a virtual tour.