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Middle School Resources in Context
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Search their collection of books, transcripts, film, photographs, objects, documents, and listen to recorded testimonies.
Lodz Ghetto Information
Includes maps, primary sources, and other links.
From the Museum of Tolerance. Includes a timeline, 36 FAQs, and a dictionary of people and places.
Archive and Digital Collections from Simon Wisenthal Center
Search through photographs, artifacts, documents, and lists of names of survivors and victims.
Explore their digital collection of photos, documents, and video testimonies.
More recorded testimonies and interviews of survivors.
Living memorial to Holocaust victims and "world center for documentation, research, education and commemoration of the Holocaust".
A Teacher's the Guide to the Holocaust
Includes a timeline and links to people, resources, music, and more.
From April 1945, a photo and article about the liberation of Buchenwald.
"We Must Not Forget" (Concentration Camps)
Article from the New York Times in 1945 about the concentration camps.
The Holocaust Just Got More Shocking
A 2013 NY Times article explores the actual numbers of people killed in the camps. Multimedia maps are included.
From History.com. Historic video clips.
Sir Nicholas Winston - Saves 600 Children from the Nazis
Anne Frank & Miep Gies Resources
Aftermath of the Holocaust