Links to Other Holocaust Resources on the Net

Because CyberSitter has chosen to block the original home of these web pages, Nizkor is providing a mirror. More information.

Ken McVay, who nobly devotes his time to fighting Holocaust denial on the Net, has a clearinghouse for all Holocaust information, The Nizkor Project.

A really detailed and beautiful site is Michael Declan Dunn's Cybrary of the Holocaust.

The United States Holocaust Museum is online-- there's not much there yet, other than some information about the museum.

Yad Vashem museum in Israel has a still-minimalist Web page.

Reader Ari Frankel notified me about a Primo Levi interview on his Web pages.

Also check out L'Chaim: A Holocaust Web Project.

Originating from an Australian university, there is an essay analyzing the Nazi use of language.

There is a wealth of information on the Israeli government server.

There are also Holocaust files available on Israel.nysernet.

Steven Fransblow of Montreal wrote to let me know about the March of the Living page.

. There is now an official Anne Frank web site. However, I'm potentially uncomfortable with the Anne Frank museum, which runs it. A year ago, a really great unofficial Anne Frank website was driven off the air by copyright threats, and I think--but do not know--that these are the folks who did it. If so, they may be running this a bit too much as a business.

The Deportation Museum is based in Belgium and covers the destruction of that country's Jewish population.

Sheldon Epstein was discharged from Northwestern University for teaching the Holocaust to his engineering class.

David's Holocaust Awareness Project was compiled by an 11 year old boy.

Brave New Web hosts IDEA, a Webzine dedicated to studying genocide, autocracy and abuse of power. A collection of contemporary photographs of Auschwitz is available here as well.

I offered to exchange links with Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel. For as long as he maintains a link to An Auschwitz Alphabet, I will maintain this link to his pages. I hold with John Milton that we should "Read any books whatever come to thy hands, for thou art sufficient to judge aright, and to examine each matter... Prove all things, hold fast that which is good." I think more people will be persuaded of the Holocaust's truth by this link exchange than otherwise.

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