Historical Perspectives and Study
The Wannsee Protocols,
the historical notes from the meeting that planned the Holocaust.
The Mass Murder of Lithuanian Jewry by the SS Einsatzgruppen - "Action
Denial and The Big Lie
and Genocide Curriculum
on researching the Holocaust
of the Holocaust
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New! Read Pearls
and Lace: Poetry by Magdalena Klein (1920-1946), the youngest child
of a middle-class Jewish family in northwestern Romania. She was an eyewitness
to the rise of fascism in Europe and the horrors of World War II.
New! Read The
Ghosts That Haunt Us
An in depth and moving survey of Jewish survivors of the Holocaust,
The Ghosts That Haunt Us, features black and white portraits with the handwritten
testament of their subjects in a manner that is both provocative and illuminating.
Jacque Lipetz shares
his story: "Looking back, this occupation was benign compared to the
horrors of the Nazis, but what loss of freedom is benign? What security
lies in not knowing if there will be a tomorrow."
Henry Cohen was the Director
of Camp Foehrenwald, the second largest Jewish displaced persons center
in the American Zone of Germany in 1946.
New! The Doctors
of the Holocaust, part of Six
Holocaust Essays (and links) by a class.
How Dark the Heavens, the complete survivor's story by Sidney Iwens,
July 16th and 17th,
The Cybrary's Holocaust Learning
Links has expanded to 14 pages of links and keeps growing with Holocaust
Claims Processing Office The NY State Banking Department has established
the Holocaust Claims Processing Office. This office was authorized by Governor
George Pataki to assist Holocaust survivors and their heirs seeking to
claim assets held by Swiss banks and European insurance companies.
of Gunskirchen, Austria - May 4, 1945
This pamphlet was produced by the US Army after they liberated a concentration
camp in Austria called Gunskirchen Lager. The 71st arrived just days before
VE day. Many graphic pictures included. Plus in the
Imagine Student's Gallery:
Introducing a new section, The
Five Million Forgotten, about Non-Jewish Victims. An important
and hopefully growing addition to the Cybrary.
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