Online features explore subjects relating to the Holocaust, as well as broader topics concerning genocide, antisemitism, and hate.
The Holocaust was a watershed event in human history. In the aftermath of World War II, the world—from individual nations to the United Nations; from religious leaders to professionals in fields as diverse as law, medicine, and science; from presidents and prime ministers to private citizens—confronted its legacy.Browse all Special Focus topics
In 2005, a woman found a mysterious suitcase in her basement in Geneva, Switzerland, containing more than one thousand World War II-era certificates bearing the official seal of the Consulate of El Salvador. These documents would ultimately reveal one of the largest scale—yet least known—rescue attempts of the Holocaust.Browse all Collections Highlights