Digital Holocaust Resources
A collection of Digital Holocaust Databases containing information about Holocaust victims and survivors of the Nazi era as well as collections of art and other cultural objects that were lost or confiscated during the Third Reich. Holocaust-era looting and postwar dissemination of stolen art.
International centre on Nazi persecution with the world’s most comprehensive archive on the victims and survivors of National Socialism. The collection has information on about 17.5 million people and belongs to UNESCO’s Memory of the World.
The database covers art and other cultural objects that were deposited at the Jeu de Paume and the Louvre from the fall of 1940 through July 1944 and processed by the ERR.
Basic information on the death and concentration camps established by the Third German Reich in occupied Poland during World World II.
A comprehensive listing of all Jewish-owned cultural objects plundered by the Nazis and their allies from the time of their spoliation to the present.
The Wiener Holocaust Library is one of the world’s leading and most extensive archives on the Holocaust and Nazi era.
This is a collection of databases containing information about Holocaust victims and survivors. It contains more than 2.75 million entries, from more than 190 component datasets, listed below.
Documents cultural assets which were displaced or relocated as a result of the events of World War II, or – in the case of Jewish ownership – items that were illegally confiscated by the Nazis under threat of persecution.
Holocaust-Era Research Resources. A guide to archives at the Research Institute that bear on Holocaust-era looting and postwar dissemination of stolen art.
The US Holocaust Memorial Museum teaches millions of people each year about the dangers of unchecked hatred and the need to prevent genocide.
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