The Shoah and Other Atrocities of World War II

Anne Frank Online - http://www.annefrank.com/index.html
A Web site about the Jewish girl who wrote a diary about her experiences hiding from the Germans in the occupied Netherlands during World War II. Click on Anne Frank: Her Life & Times to go to a page which includes Anne's Story, The Holo caust, The Diary, The Annex.
Yad Vashem -  http://www.yad-vashem.org.il/
The Israeli monument which commemorates to Shoah (Jewish holocaust).
An Auschwitz Alphabet -  http://www.spectacle.org/695/ausch.html
Auschwitz was an infamous concentration camp in Poland.
Cybrary of the Holocaust -  http://www.remember.org/
Collection of links to many online websites related to the Holocaust. From here you can browse many other sites related to this topic, grouped under a number of subtopics (e.g., Survivors, Liberators, Victims, etc.).
The Holocaust: A Learning Site for Students -  http://www.ushmm.org/outreach/tc.htm
This is the table of contents to the United States Holocaust Museum's online center for students.
The Holocaust: An Historical Summary -  http://www.ushmm.org/misc-bin/add_goback/education/history.html
This summary is provided by the U.S. Holocaust Museum, and outlines the major events in its overview. "The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic annihilation of six million Jews by the Nazi regime and their collaborators as a central act of state during World War II."
Holocaust Pictures Exhibition -  http://www.fmv.ulg.ac.be/schmitz/holocaust.html
Dozens of photographs about the treatment of Jews by the Nazi before and during World War II.
L'Chaim: A Holocaust Web Project -  http://www.charm.net:80/~rbennett/l'chaim.html
There are three parts to this Website. Memories & Visions: two photo essays and Ingrid Griffin's compelling story of survival make-up; Holocaust Links: features L'Chaim's Holocaust Glossary as well as many links to other Holocaust related sites; and the Dachau Virtual Tour: an online tour of the German concentration camp near Munich.
The Mechelen Museum of Deportation and Resistance -  http://www.cicb.be/shoah/
"The Shoah Museum in Belgium is established in a place with which it has historical connections: a wing of the former General Dossin de Saint-Georges barracks in Malines. This small Flemish town is located halfway between Brussels and Antwerp where most of the Jews in this country live. This is where the Reich's Security detachment set up its assembly camp. [Its Web site] allows us to understand how in Belgium nearly one out of two Jews perished during the Second World War. Furthermore, it is not only a museum about the deportation of Belgian Jews, but also about their resistance. Thanks to the support they received from the Belgian people, many managed to escape from their Nazi pursuers and their collaborators."
The Nizkor Project -  http://www.nizkor.org/
This Web site is "a collage of projects focused on the Holocaust, and its denial, often referred to as Holocaust 'revisionism,' a label we reject out of hand as being misleading and dishonest."
Remembering the Holocaust -  http://home.vicnet.net.au/~aragorn/holocaus.htm
Links to Internet resources documenting the Holocaust.
To Forgive Is Not to Forget -  http://www.nanjing1937.org/
This site has photos and other documentary evidence of Japan's acts of genocide in China during WWII. From the Alliance in Memory of Victims of the Nanjing Massacre. See also WWW Memorial Hall of the Victims in the Nanjing Massacre. < http://www.arts.cuhk.edu.hk/NanjingMassacre/NM.html >
Whosoever Saves a Single Life... -  http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs.cmu.edu/user/mmbt/www/rescuers.html
This bibliography (including some links to online resources) lists works in English which discuss the lives and actions of rescuers during the Holocaust.