In-depth examination: At international youth meetings at memorials for the victims of the Nazis, what are the implications of working with "marginalized groups," or groups who have experienced individual or collective discrimination?
Imagine living for 65 years not knowing what happened to a family member during the Holocaust and then suddenly discovering the truth in a document you never knew existed.
An article by Annegret Ehmann and Hanns-Fred Rathenow, scholarly experts on Holocaust Education in Germany.
The Holocaust Resource Center is a collection
It has always been important in any era, in any society and for any community to make younger generations acquainted with the past of the community they belong to.
German History in Documents and Images (GHDI) is a comprehensive collection of primary source materials documenting Germany's political, social, and cultural history from 1500 to the present.
Teaching about National Socialism and the Holocaust in elementary schools is now generally accepted. But taking elementary school children to visit a memorial site?
This web portal on the "Operation Reinhard" and its camps provides a wealth of English language documents and information translated mostly into German, including historical written docum
The Maison d’Izieu Memorial Site is a place of active and living memories.
The project group “The Ueberlinger Mine on the Internet” from the Secondary School Überlingen at Lake Constance presents a comprehensive online documentat
The multi-media database "Politically Persecuted Persons in Hamburg, 1933-1945" is available at
The webguide informs about the life of Anne Frank, National Socialism and the Second World War. Anne Frank is one of the 1.5 million Jewish children who were murdered during the Second World War.
The story of Sophie Scholl, who was a member of the resistance group "The White Rose" in the Third Reich, has lost nothing of its importance sixty years after her violent death.
A cooperation between the Foundation "Remembrance, Responsibility and Future", Freie Universität Berlin and the German Historical Museum.
Two English-language web sites originating from the USA have proven to be especially helpful when searching for English-language material on the Holocaust and National Socialism, as they contain a
An Epistolary Novel about anti-Semitism and the Development of the German "Volksgemeinschaft" by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor.
A Project of the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Culture (bm:bwk).
Project to research and present the history of German resistance.
The Wiener Library is one of the world’s leading and most extensive archives on the Holocaust and Nazi era.
Among other teaching resources, the association offers a project description and materials for an interdisciplinary and creative group work on Richter's well known novel "Damals war es Friedri
The Virtual Library History offers a web guide on the "Third Reich", the National Socialism and the Second World War. The links are commented and evaluated by specialists.
The multimedia history of the Chotzen family from the First World War to the present day is one of the best documented German-Jewish biographies. The website is available in English and German.
The publication under review is a compilation of 22 different contributions on the importance of the topic National Socialism and the Holocaust for the training of teachers in Germany and worldwide
Institute for the history of the Italian Resistenza and the contemporary history of the Reggio Emilia.
(Online-) exhibition and information on the German Resistance Movement against National Socialism.
This overview of institutions throughout the world that deal with the history of the Holocaust has been created by the Topography of Terror Foundation.
The Upper Salzberg Document Center was founded by the Institute for Contemporary History Munich - Berlin, on the Upper Salzberg near Berchtesgaden.
The mission of the Topography of Terror Foundation is to provide historical information about National Socialism and its crimes.
The permanent exhibition "Fascination and Violence" on the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds in Nuremberg addresses the causes, background and effects of the National Socialist reign of vio
Ton Zwaan, Member of the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, University of Amsterdam, gives an insight about the topic of Holocaust Education in the Netherlands.
The Poznań Synagogue Project has organized a competion for young people to submit their proposals for the future of the "Neue Synagoge" in Poznań.
The International Network of Genocide Scholars (INoGS) emerged from a conference in Berlin in January 2005 with the goal to provide Genocide Studies with a non-partisan forum through whic
A seminar jointly organized by the House of the Wannsee Conference, Memorial and Educational Site, the Massuah International Institute for Holocaust Studies and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.
The Blockade of Leningrad (1941-1944) is more than just an important historical event.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies and the Center for Holocaust Studies at the Institute for Contemporary
Today, visual and digital media and technologies have gained in importance to such an extent that curators and educational staff at historical museums and exhibitions on Europe's Nazi pas
Escape2Poland in cooperation with the Auschwitz Museum are currently accepting applications teachers and other professionals for the Third Edition of Auschwitz Teachers Training, which is to take p
This international and interdisciplinary conference aims to examine the strategies of National Socialist non-military exertion of influence and expansion of power in Eastern Europe.