There is a wealth of information about the Holocaust on the Internet. This site
currently contains a bit of information that refutes the efforts of Holocaust deniers.
This information was placed on the Shamash gopher in 1993, so it is a bit dated,
although the historical accuracy of this information has of course not changed.
Holocaust Photographs begin to show the horrors of the
Holocaust Denial - source documents to refute claims
Holocaust Denial & The Big Lie
contains refutation of some common claims of those who deny
Mermelstein vs. the IHR (Institute for Historical Review) 1981 trial summary
A survey of the case in which a Holocaust survivors sued the IHR.
Excerpts from original Nazi documents, relating
directly to the extermination of Jews and others which was carried
out by the Nazis during WW2. The purpose of this collection is both
to present such documents in an easily accessible form, and to
point out more complete references.
A short statistical survey on the dimensions of the Holocaust,
published by the Institut Fuer Zeitgeschicthe (Institute for Contemporary
History) in Munich, Germany, in 1992.
Excerpts from testimonies of SS men, with sources
Excerpts from ruling and verdicts of German courts regarding Treblinka.
A message you can post to any newsgroup where people deny the holocaust.
- Source bibliography
[part one] and
164 text files refuting revisionist claims. Although this is a zip file the file names within are unix style >8 characters and text is w/o CR/LF.
Historical discussion about the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion"
SWC Infiltration and Operations Report shows the efforts of neo-nazis.
Holocaust Survivors - UJA-Federation of New York support and information for Holocaust Survivors
The Nizkor Project
a collage of projects focused on the Holocaust, and its denial, often referred to as Holocaust
"revisionism.", a label rejected out of hand as being misleading and dishonest. This is the site
of many holocaust Archives that were previously housed at almanac.bc.ca.
Simon Wiesenthal Center is a strong international center for
Holocaust remembrance, the defense of human rights and the Jewish people.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum located in Washington DC
is America's national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust
history, and serves as this country's memorial to the millions of people murdered during the
The Holocaust History Project is a free archive of
documents, photographs, recordings, and essays regarding the Holocaust, including direct refutation of
Bearing Witness to the Holocaust:
How the First Video Archive of Holocaust Testimonies was Established
The Holocaust Teacher Resource Center
focuses on presenting a
variety of lesson plans that educators can download and use directly in
the classroom. The web site also includes significant excerpts from Yad
Vashem books with lesson plans, plus entire brochures from the USHMM
about non-Jewish victims of the Nazi era.
About.com's guide to the Holocaust
contains many original articles about the Holocaust.
CrossPoint has a great list
of web sites related to the Shoah.
Cybery of the Holocaust has some fantastic resources.
YadVaShem is the Holocaust center in Israel.
Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation is Steven Spielberg's organization with a misssion to chronicle the firsthand accounts of Holocaust survivors and eyewitnesses, liberators and rescuers.
the Holocaust through Stamps
A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
is an extensive resource (over 7,500 files) including videos of survivor testimony, virtual
reality tours of Holocaust- related sites, and hundreds of new photographs.
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