The following online resources represent a cross section of information related to the Holocaust available on the World Wide Web. To ease searching, the Web sites are grouped under topical headings and are annotated with brief descriptions. Resources are in English, unless otherwise noted. The Museum does not officially endorse any particular site or its content. We appreciate your comments and feedback about this page; please e-mail the Library at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest update: December 2008
Web sites focused on the experiences of women during the Holocaust.
Bibliography of over 500 books and films about women during the Holocaust, topically arranged and presented by Frauennews, an independent German Internet resource on women's issues. [German]
Companion site to a traveling exhibition on the history of the Uckermark concentration camp for young women, a subcamp of Ravensbruck. Provides a brief history and chronology of the camp as well as descriptions of ongoing archeological digs at the site. Includes photographs, a list of further resources, and links to related Web sites. [German]
The Remember the Women Institute
Web site of the institute that supports and conducts research in women's studies and women in history, with a special emphasis on the Holocaust period. Provides information on current projects and a bibliography of English language works.
Women and the Holocaust
A Web site dedicated to the memory of the women who were killed during the Holocaust and to those who survived. Includes eyewitness accounts, book reviews, articles, essays, poetry, and links to eyewitness testimonies and related resources. Independently produced by Judy (Weissenberg) Cohen, who survived the Holocaust, and a team of contributors.
Women and the Holocaust (NJCH)
An online resource center for teachers that focuses on the experiences of women in Nazi Germany during the Holocaust. Presents lesson plans and suggested teaching approaches for eight topics. Created and maintained by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities.
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