HOLOCAUST RESOURCES – NEW!
- Czestochowa-Radomsko Area Research Group
Holocaust survivor lists and death lists from around Poland, with over 300,000 records so far. Their work encompasses many categories: marriages, deaths, burials, tombstones, lists of residents, census records, military recruits, emigrations, identity cards, voters, tax payments, businesses, Holocaust forced labor, martyrs, survivors, police rosters, deportations, and ghetto registrations.
- Dormant Accounts Website of the Swiss Bankers Association
In February 2001 and January 2005 lists of accounts from banks in Switzerland have been published and victims and targets of the Nazi-Persecution can claim these accounts.
- Holocaust Survivor Children Missing Identity Database
350,000 Jews of Greater Hungary and their fate during and following the Holocaust
Enabling email addresses to be associated with Pages of Testimony (from Yad Vashem-below) and matching users associated with the same Pages. ShoahConnect is completely free to use and protects your privacy.
- The Jewish Holocaust Survivors List from Plock, Poland
- U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum – Archives Branch
One of the world’s largest and most comprehensive repositories of Holocaust-related records, consisting of nearly 42 million pages of records.
- USC Shoah Foundation Institute
An archive of nearly 52,000 videotaped testimonies from Holocaust survivors and other witnesses
- Yad Vashem – The Central Database of Shoah Victims’ Names
Includes the names and biographical details of half of the six million Jews murdered by the Nazis and their accomplices. You may submit your own stories, testimonies and photos so they will always be remembered.
- American Red Cross, The Holocaust and War Victims Tracing and Information Center
A national clearinghouse for persons seeking the fates of loved ones missing since the Holocaust and its aftermath. We assist U.S. residents searching for proof of internment, forced/slave labor, or evacuation from former Soviet territories on themselves or family members.
- Auschwitz Album Commentary by Oliver Lustigl
- Auschwitz Jewish Center
- Digital Monument to the Jewish Community in the Netherlands
- Holocaust Studies at Aish.com – A complete resource NEW*
- The Fate of a Munich family during the Holocaust
- The Ghetto Fighters’ House
Founded in 1949 by a community of Holocaust survivors, members of the Jewish underground in the ghettos of Poland, and veterans of partisan units, to be a place of testimony that would tell the story of the Jewish People in the 20th century in general, and during the Second World War in particular. At the center of this chronicle are the manifestations of Jewish resistance: the organized uprisings of Jews in the ghettos and camps, and the Jews who fought in partisan units and the armies of the Allied forces.
- The Holocaust: A Tragic Legacy
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Yad Vashem The Holocaust Martyrs’and Heroes’ Remembrance Authority