The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
This site offers one of the most extensive collections of materials on the Holocaust, including photographs, documents, films and videos, as well as the oral histories of hundreds of Holocaust survivors.
Simon Wiesenthal Center
Simon Wiesenthal, a Holocaust survivor and a famous Nazi war criminal hunter, founded this center to promote Holocaust remembrance and to defend human rights.
The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes'
Yad Vashem, established in 1953, is Israel national's Holocaust memorial. Through its archives, library, school and museums, Yad Vashem commemorates the six million victims of the Holocaust.
The Nizkor Project
The Nizkor Project is dedicated to the history of the Holocaust and the discussion of the Holocaust denial.
Cybrary of the Holocaust
In addition to an extensive online bookstore, this site contains numerous online resources regarding the Holocaust.
Tennessee Holocaust Commission, Inc., (THC)
The Tennessee Holocaust Commission, Inc., (THC) is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to furthering the cause of Holocaust education and remembrance.
PBS programs & companion websites
on Holocaust related topics:
Auschwitz: Inside the Nazi State
A chronological exploration of one of the largest mass murder sites in history. Using maps, timelines and plans, this site shows the evolution of the extermination camp and the implementation of Hitler's “final solution.”
NOVA: Holocaust on Trial
The companion site to the NOVA film uses a celebrated trial as a springboard to examine and successfully challenge the notion of Holocaust denial.
American Experience: America and the Holocaust
Explores the complex social and political factors that led the American government to turn its back on the plight of the Jews at the onset of the Holocaust.
Berga: Soldiers of Another War
The story of American G.I.'s who, suspected of being Jews, worked as slave laborers in Berga am Elster, a satellite concentration camp of Buchenwald, the notorious Nazi death camp.
Order the DVD
Living On: Tennesseans Remembering the Holocaust
Visit our online order form to purchase a DVD copy of this program for $24.95 plus shipping and handling. Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.