What made the Holocaust possible? This 38-minute film from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum website examines the Nazis' rise to power in Germany and their persecution of Jews and other innocent civilian groups. Full transcript available.
In 1946, Dr. David P. Boder, a psychology professor from Chicago's Illinois Institute of Technology, traveled to Europe to record the stories of Holocaust survivors in their own words. This online archive preserves these recordings--the earliest known oral histories of the Holocaust.
The "Topics" section of the website provides an in-depth overview of the entire social breadth and ideological diversity of the fight against National Socialism, including biographies of key individuals. Facsimiles of original documents of resistance against National Socialism are also available for free download.
A collection of original historical materials documenting German history from the beginning of the early modern period to the present, including Nazi Germany. Includes primary documents, images, and maps.
Of particular interest is the section called "Our Websites" which features a "Virtual Shtetl," a website documenting stories of the Polish Righteous and the Central Justice Database containing photographs of objects and documents pertaining to Jewish culture.