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USC Shoah Foundation Institute Hits:339
Description:Based at the University of Southern California, this foundation houses 52,000 videotapes from Holocaust survivors. Some clips are now available and the institute plans to make a searchable database to access all of the videotapes.
Submitted On:2009-08-07

Vilna Ghetto Project Hits:282
Description:“reVilna is an immersible digital map of the Ghetto, built by geographically tagging over two hundred points of historical significance -- pulled from memoirs, archives, original Ghetto documents and artifacts, and oral and historical accounts -- and pairing them with dozens of relevant photographs. Users can explore the Ghetto on their own, using filters to find places and events of interest; or can follow built-in stories, including resistance, culture, health, education, Judenrat and formation and liquidation of the Ghetto.”
Submitted On:2013-06-28

Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive Hits:307
Description:From the University of Michigan at Dearborn comes this collection of 300 oral histories, 100 of which are online. You can browse through the collection alphabetically by contributor. There is also a good collection of links related to the Shoah.
Submitted On:2009-08-07

Voices of the Holocaust Hits:387
Description:"First-hand accounts of incredible tales of horror, survival, and liberation of 70 victims of Nazi atrocities and oppression during World War II. The interviewees included farmers, lawyers, artists, carpenters and others from all economic levels, and covering many religions, nationalities, and languages from across Europe." The interviews were conducted in 1946 in displaced persons camps around Europe and transcribed into English by Dr. David Pablo Boder, an Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) psychology professor.
Submitted On:2004-08-30

Women and the Holocaust Hits:406
Description:Poetry, book reviews, personal reflections, academic essays, and tributes to rescuers are among the topics covered in this extensive site, designed by B. Webb Associates and edited by survivor Judy (Weissenberg) Cohen, and dedicated to the memory of women who were murdered during the Holocaust. Of particular note are the extensive and very current bibliographies in three major areas--the period before and after the Holocaust, documenting the Holocaust, and gender issues. THIS IS AN UPDATED URL.
Submitted On:2002-04-22

World Memory Project Hits:116
Description:Launched in 2011 as a collaboration between the US Holocaust Memorial Museum and Ancestry.com, the goal of this initiative is to enlist the help of the public making the records of the victims searchable online and restore the identities of people the Nazis tried to erase from history, one person at a time.” Using digital images of historical documents and special software developed by Ancestry, contributors can help make these documents searchable online by typing in information from the digital images into a database.
Submitted On:2016-05-10

Yad Vashem Hits:338
Description:Israels official memorial to the Holocaust offers information about the time period, an online exhibit, excerpts from the foundations publications, details about its archives and library, and a section on educational materials. There is also an online magazine. Of particular note is the section on "the righteous among the nations" which includes biographies of those who have been honored by Yad Vashem as rescuers of Jews. THIS IS AN UPDATED URL.
Submitted On:2002-04-22

Yahad In Unum Hits:269
Description:“Yahad – In Unum is the leading research organization investigating the mass executions of 1.5 million Jews and Roma/Gypsy people in Eastern Europe between 1941 and 1944.” The site, created by Father Patrick Desbois, will feature a searchable database called Traces detailing mass graves in more than 600 towns and villages in Belarus, Ukraine, Russia and Poland. Each village report will include summaries and extracts of videotaped testimony by eyewitnesses to the mass shootings of Jews, Roma and Soviet prisoners in the East by the Nazis and their allies.”
Submitted On:2011-10-04

YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe Hits:217
Description:This massive site provides information about the arts, daily life, places, language, literature, history, politics and religion of Jews in Eastern Europe from their earliest presence there to the end of the twentieth century. This is a major resource and a first stop for anyone doing research in this area.
Submitted On:2010-06-20

Zachor: Faith During the Holocaust Hits:558
Description:Using images of archival documents, abstracts of books, photographs, and video, this site in Hebrew documents Jewish faith during the Holocaust. It provides information about Jewish communities affected, testimony from adults and hidden children, and information about how observant Jews managed to keep their faith and follow Jewish law during the Holocaust. THIS IS AN UPDATED URL.
Submitted On:2004-08-30

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