Holocaust – Research Resources

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A View of the Holocaust The Holocaust was one of the most brutal episodes in world history. Dr. Steve Paulsson explores the Nazi racial policies that culminated in the extermination of millions of men, women and children. Part of the BBC History website.

Glossary

Holocaust Glossary

News and News Archive

Holocaust news tracker provided by Religion News Blog

Other news items in which the term Holocaust is mentioned

See Also

Holocaust Deniers

Web Sites

Simon Wiesenthal Center Named after the late Simon Wiesenthal.

The Simon Wiesenthal Center is an international Jewish human rights organization dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust by fostering tolerance and understanding through community involvement, educational outreach and social action. The Center confronts important contemporary issues including racism, antisemitism, terrorism and genocide and is accredited as an NGO both at the United Nations and UNESCO. With a membership of over 400,000 families, the Center is headquartered in Los Angeles and maintains offices in New York, Toronto, Miami, Jerusalem, Paris and Buenos Aires.

Established in 1977, the Center closely interacts on an ongoing basis with a variety of public and private agencies, meeting with elected officials, the U.S. and foreign governments, diplomats and heads of state. Other issues that the Center deals with include: the prosecution of Nazi war criminals; Holocaust and tolerance education; Middle East Affairs; and extremist groups, neo-Nazism, and hate on the Internet.

A Teacher’s Guide to the Holocaust