“Societies under German Occupation” Portal: a repository of documents related to German occupation during World War II which focuses on the experiences of ordinary citizens. It provides free access to over 600 documents all translated into English. They cover food shortages, forced labour and profiteering as well as Nazi rule and the Holocaust. Countries covered include […]
The archive of the IMT is now online via the Stanford Libraries and the Stanford Center for Human Rights and International Justice website. It includes original unedited footage which may be searched. It also includes digitised court room evidence archive of holocaust and Nazi rights abuses during the second world war.
The USC Shoah Foundation and UNESCO launched this page in December 2021. The webpage is designed as an interactive online tool to provide teachers and learners with resources and materials to learn about antisemitism and its consequence. It includes a section for teachers professional development with resources on Holocaust education. For learners there are witness-based […]
27th January marks the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp. It is the date of the Holocaust Memorial Day which is time to remember those who died in the Second World War Holocaust and subsequent genocides. The Holocaust Memorial trust has details of this year’s theme the power of Words. Two well regarded […]