- Anne Frank Online
- Aims to educate people about the causes, instruments, and dangers of discrimination and violence. Information topics include "Anne's Story", "the holocaust" and "the diary"
- The Holocaust History Project Homepage
- "The Holocaust History Project is a free archive of documents, photographs, recordings, and essays regarding the Holocaust, including direct refutation of Holocaust-denial."
- Cybrary of the Holocaust
- List of links to resources on the Holocaust. The site also has an extensive set of its own resources, including a Guide for Teachers.
- Holocaust Memorial Center - Metropolitan Detroit
- Museum Exhibits Online, About the Holocaust, Books, Videos, Art Work, Time Line, and much more.
- Holocaust Remembrance Day
- "This Exhibition features Animated Onscreen Movies, Historical Images, Quicktime Movies and Sound to bring you a little closer to the horror that is and was the Holocaust."
- Holocaust Survivor Oral History Project
- Transcripts and audio files from 150 interviews conducted by Dr. Sid Bolkosky
- Holocaust Teacher Resource Center
- Lesson Plans, Curricula, Essays and Publications, Archives, Exhibits, Links, and more.
- Into the Arms of Strangers
- "This multimedia web site chronicles the historical Kindertransport, the extraordinary rescue mission that
saved 10,000 children during the Holocaust. The site is companion to the award winning documentary film, and
includes a study guide, interviews, soundtrack, and other relevant documents and commentary. The film and site
provide a compelling and accesible means to approach a historical event that is particularly difficult to learn
- Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
- "An overview of the people and events of the Holocaust through text, documents, photographs, art and literature."
- The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum - Learning about the Holocaust
- Materials which can be used to learn more about the Holocaust. Included are: Guidelines for Teaching about the Holocaust Brief History of the Holocaust; Five Questions about the Holocaust; and Children and the Holocaust.
- Women And The Holocaust
- Personal Reflections, Women of Valor, In the Forest, Poetry, Interpretive Reflective Academic Essays, Special Tributes, Women Rescuers, and Bibliography