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Resources for Studying & Teaching the Holocaust
This guide is intended to provide useful resources to faculty and students researching the genocide of European Jews during World War II, and more narrowly, the history and experience of the Theresienstadt ghetto camp.
Home to the International Institute for Holocaust Research, and the Holocaust History Museum in Jerusalem. Yad Vashem's website offers invaluable digital collections such as the Central Database of Shoah Victims' Names and the Online Film Database.
This online encyclopedia is maintained by the United State Holocaust Memorial Museum. Articles are supplemented by digital images of maps, music, artifacts, photographs, as well as historical film footage.
The University of Southern California Shoah Foundation Institute for Visual History and Education maintains an archive of over 50,000 interviews of Holocaust survivors, liberators, and war criminals. Data in their Visual History Archive Online is freely available to search once one registers. A limited amount of full testimony videos are available to the public. Free to register.
This research center, at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, publishes the Felix Posen Bibliographic Project on Antisemitism. This searchable database includes published works about antisemitism and the Holocaust.
(Pictured above: Image of the badges of the Holocaust. By Germany Nazi Party (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum) [Public domain or Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons)