ALST seeks to educate coming generations in the lessons of history. The
foundation supports research concerning victims of oppression, organizes
educational events, and publishes materials with a view to defending religious
freedom by peaceable and nonpolitical means.
Witnesses: Victims of the Nazi Era
Brochure published by The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Also available at the
Teacher Resource Center.
HFM publishes a newsletter that focuses on non-Jewish victims of the Nazi
era and includes an article about Jehovah's Witnesses
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
National museum for the documentation, study and interpretation of Holocaust
history. View exhibitions and the survivor registry.
to the Holocaust
Furnishes a teacher's guide to Holocaust-related events and people through
photographs, documents, art, music, movies and literature.
Cybrary of the Holocaust
Aims to preserve powerful memories with art, discussion groups, photos,
poems and facts about the Holocaust. Join a forum or write to a survivor.
Simon Wiesenthal Center
Promotes tolerance and Holocaust remembrance, with a virtual museum and
Holocaust Memorial Center
Explore the exhibits at this center for remembrance. Includes photographs
and a calendar of events.
Vad Yashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem offers a photo archive, exhibit
announcements and an online magazine. Includes a remembrance section.
Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation
Details the project to chronicle the living testimonies of those who survived
the Holocaust. Provides foundation details and repository access. Max
Liebster's story is included in Shoah's archive.