University of Minnesota Duluth
Baeumler-Kaplan Holocaust Museums and Archives

Holocaust Museums and Archives

People on opposing sides of a fence

There are many Holocaust Museums and Archives on the Web; however, some of the most notable are these:

These sites have links that take you immediately to archives and exhibitions. For instance, once at The United States Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C., you can follow links to the photographic archives and academic programs. It is rather easy to follow the links on the first page of the site to the Nuremberg Code , the trial testimony, and the opening and closing statements. This Museum also has materials on learning about the Holocaust, including

  • guidelines for teachers
  • public programs
  • a brief history of the Holocaust
  • Holocaust personal histories

    The Simon Wiesenthal Center is a local and national treasure in Southern California. The Museum provides much information on the Holocaust and aids in tracking down Nazis; however, the staff also have taken an active role in purging Los Angeles of the racial prejudices that have driven the region in recent years. Notable resources at the Center's site include:

  • a featured page on children of the Holocaust
  • thirty-six frequently asked questions and answers about the Holocaust
  • a glossary of persons, place, and events in the Holcaust
  • responses to the Holocaust Revisionism.

    Visit the site of Yad Vahsem, which is the the Holocaust Martyrs and Heroes Remembrance Authority in Israel. There is a On-line Exhibition, as well as an extenisve photo archive about the Holocaust.

    Return to the Resources

  • © 2015 University of Minnesota Duluth
    The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer.
    University of Minnesota Campuses
    Crookston | Duluth | Morris
    Rochester | Twin Cities | Other Locations