- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Along with information on the museum, this website has a “holocaust encyclopedia,” education resources including an online teachers’ workshop and lesson plans, links to their library and archives, online exhibitions, information on the Day of Remembrance, and information on current genocides.
- St. Louis Holocaust Museum and Learning Center
This site contains links to the museums Memory Project, a chronology and terminology of the Holocaust, bibliographies and suggested readings for students and information on free teaching trunks.
- Midwest Center for Holocaust Education
Resources for students and teachers which include: curriculum units, an educator blog, teacher resource materials and teaching trunks, along with an archive of testimonies.
- Yad Vashem
The site of the international Holocaust Museum contains information about the organization, publications, collections, online courses, lesson plans, educator resources and survivor testimonies.
- German Propaganda Archive
Online essays, pamphlets, and speeches of Nazi propaganda from 1933 to 1945 and German Marxist propaganda from 1949 to 1989.
- Ghetto Fighter’s Museum/Israel
Information on the museum, educational activities, archives, and workshops.
- The Holocaust Chronicle
A complete online edition of the book The Holocaust Chronicle with keyword, page, and index search.
- Holocaust Cybrary
A collection of images from the Holocaust, online interviews with survivors, perpetrators, liberators, and witnesses, and an illustrated list of concentration camps.
- Holocaust History Project
An easily searched online archive of documents, photographs, recordings, and essays regarding the Holocaust.
- Holocaust Teachers Resource Center
Links to lesson plans, essays, book reviews and annotated bibliographies and videographies.
- Inside the Nazi State
Interactive maps of the camps, a timeline, information on the PBS series, and basics on Auschwitz and Dachau.
- Jewish Partisans Educational Foundation
Biographies of Jewish partisans, curriculum for educators, and information for students on partisans.
- The Nizkor Project
A useful source for information on concentration camps and important places during the Holocaust, information on the Nuremberg trials, and Holocaust research guides.
- Museum Fellowship Teaching Resources
A collection of lesson plans and book reviews submitted by Museum Teacher Fellows of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. The materials may be used by educators seeking meaningful educational resources about the Holocaust. Lesson plans have been successfully field-tested and include additional online support documents.
- Nuremberg Trials Project
A huge collection of digitalized documents from the Nuremberg trials.
- Simon Wiesenthal Foundation’s Museum of Tolerance Multimedia Learning Center
A multimedia learning center with teachers’ resources, virtual past exhibits from the museum, and digitized documents from their special collections.
- Teacher’s Guide to the Holocaust
A series of timelines from 1918 to 2000, descriptions of the groups involved in the Holocaust, information on the art and literature of the Holocaust, and lesson plans.
- USC Shoah Foundation Institute
A collection of online testimonies as well as information about the full collection held in their archives.