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A Teachers Guide to the Holocaust Includes bibliographies, documents, maps, galleries to name a few.  Well worth your time.

The Holocaust  From The Jewish Virtual Library. Sections include Reference, Nazis, Persecution, Germany, Biographies, Aftermath and World Reactions.

The Nizkor Project
There are hundreds of links here to people and places, like Auschwitz. The focus of  these sites are refutations of the holocaust deniers. There are links to the Nuremburg trials and war criminals. The information is detailed.

Remember.org a Cybrary of the Holocaust  This site is especially valuble for Witnesses which offers testimony from liberators, perpetrators, rescuers and survivors. There are also links to images and a few other categories.

The Holocaust History Project
    This site is good for holocaust deniers, documents and reprints of books. About half the site consists of lengthy essays on various topics.

The Holocaust: Crimes, Heros, Villains
This site is good for pictures, essays (documents) and other links.

Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonials  Includes 4400 taped interview with witnesses and survivors.

Holocaust Study Resources  Covers:
Arts/Pictures Bibliographies/Books Education
History Research Resources History Maps
Links Memorials Museums
Sources Survivors Syllabi

Yad Vashem

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Yivo Institute for Jewish Research

Auschwitz Birkenau

These four museums are a rich repository of of sources, many of them primary. They include pictures, names of the killed, documentaries, titles of books, podcasts, videos, names of righteous Gentiles and much more. These sites are a good place to begin research.
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