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Facing History and Ourselves

Educational and teacher training organization to engage students of diverse backgrounds in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism.

Hitler's 3rd Reich

This site will include seventeen bibliographies including the following: Hitler Opposition, Resistance, and Assassination Attempts; Germany, Nazis, War; Holocaust, Jews, Righteous Gentiles; Hitler: Personality, Death, Plans, Biography; Religion and the Third Reich; Book, DVD Reviews; and Fiction. The bibliographies contain citations for books, websites, newspapers, journal articles, online databases, magazine articles, encyclopedia articles, book and film reviews, and fiction. These sources are suitable for every level of research: high school, college, and graduate study.

Julius and Dorothy Koppelman Holocaust/Genocide Resource Center

In 1984, building on its tradition of Holocaust and genocide studies, Rider University established the Holocaust/Genocide Resource Center. Its mission is to gather and disseminate educational material and to explore the ramifications of the Holocaust and other genocides through holding conferences, discussion groups and workshops. The Center serves the University, other institutions of higher learning, secondary and primary schools, and the community. In 1993, the Center was renamed to honor Julius and Dorothy Koppelman whose commitment and generosity has guaranteed the Center´s continued existence.

National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education

The mission of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education is to counter anti-Semitism and to foster Catholic-Jewish relations by making the fruits of Holocaust scholarship accessible to educators at every level,especially in Catholic colleges and universities throughout the United States. To this end,the Center sustains a vital cooperative program with Yad Vashem in Israel and designs events to assist educators in shaping appropriate curricular responses for students of every age.

Philadelphia Center on the Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights

The Philadelphia Center on the Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights was established in 1975 in the Department of Religion at Temple University by Franklin H. Littell, then Chairman of the Department. The Center was America's first interfaith Holocaust resource center. The Center established the interfaith, interdisciplinary, international model which has been emulated nationally and internationally. Originally known as The National Institute on the Holocaust the name was altered once President. Carter established the US Holocaust Memorial Council and the USHMM in Washington in the late 70's. Later the name was changed to the Anne Frank Institute and in 1989 to The Philadelphia Center on the Holocaust, Genocide and Human Rights. The executive director now is Dr. Marcia Sachs Littell. The Center sponsors the Annual Scholars' Conference on the Holocaust & the Churches.

Ressources documentaires sur le génocide nazi et sa négation

Documentary Resources on the Nazi Genocide and its Denial. French and English.

Schoa Portal

Internetportal zum Thema Shoa und Holocaust

Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Clark University

The Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies trains students, educators, and activists to develop a sophisticated understanding of genocide. Offering the sole doctoral program in Holocaust History and Genocide Studies in conjunction with the History Department, a new doctoral program in Psychology of Genocide in conjunction with the Psychology Department, and a rich undergraduate program, the Center program is interdisciplinary in nature.

The Danish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Web-based teaching resource to provide teachers and students at upper secondary education institutions with the best possible interactive tool for teaching and learning about the Holocaust. Website in Danish and English

Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies

The Ukrainian Center for Holocaust Studies (UCHS) was established in 2002. It is a non-governmental organization founded in partnership with I. Kuras Institute for Political and Ethnic Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. The main directions of the UCHS's activities embrace Holocaust research and Holocaust education. Website in Russian and English.