Annefrank.org – Your Source For Anne Frank and Her Museum

  • August 22, 2012

Annefrank.org is the online home of the Anne Frank museum in Amsterdam. This an online tribute as well to the amazing, young girl who documented her life in hiding during the holocaust in a diary. The diary was later found and published worldwide and has since become a best seller and created a lasting legacy. The website provides a timeline of events of her life that begin with her father Otto Frank and his involvement in the first world war during 1914-1918. Annefrank.org furthers holocaust education of readers and allows them an in depth look into the girl’s life as well as stories from other survivors. On the website, viewers are able to see some of Anne Frank’s keepsakes that made it past World War 2.

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Annefrank.com – Standing Up Against Discrimination at the Anne Frank Center USA

  • August 22, 2012

Annefrank.com invites visitors to experience Manhattan’s Anne Frank Center USA, an organization dedicated to fostering peace and respect between all people. The Center’s namesake was a German Jew whose diary – kept while the Frank family was hiding from the Nazis in a secret attic apartment above an office building in the Netherlands – has now been translated into dozens of languages and remains of the most significant documents to emerge from the Second World War.

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HolocaustResearchProject.org – Holocaust Resources

  • July 9, 2008

HolocaustResearchProject.orgThe Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team’s website is an online resource that has the objective of ensuring that the tragedy of the Holocaust will not be forgotten by future generations. The site includes several sections that deal with different aspects of the holocaust and the persecution that took place during the Second World War.

A prelude provides etymological information as well as an overview of previous racial persecutions in history, going back as far as the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem in the year 70 CE. The site lists key Nazi leaders as well as SS members. For its part, life in the camps is detailed along with revolts and resistance attempts. A considerable portion of the site is devoted to survivors’ stories that remain evergreen when it comes to eliciting reflections. In addition to that, a gallery of images is featured along with an A-Z appendix for easy reference. HolocaustResearchProject.org

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Isurvived.org – Forget You Not Project

  • June 28, 2008

Isurvived.orgIsurvived.org is an online community committed to remember the holocaust survivors.

It was terrible what happened in Germany during the 1930s. For that reason, there are people who don’t want to forget about it; they want to talk about it and they want others to know what really happened. Being a Holocaust survivor must be a terrible experience as well. I mean, you are still alive but you had to live a terrible experience. Isurvived.org is also a tribute for those who could make it and are still alive. The mission of Isurvived.org is to preserve the past to protect the future, and not letting something like that happen again. In the site you will be able to view pictures showing people in different camps; they are terrible and horrifying. It is hard to imagine how a human being can treat another human being like that. Do you want to know more about this remembrance project? Check out Isurvived.org for more information. Isurvived.org

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HolocaustSurvivors.Org – About The Jewish Holocaust

  • June 5, 2008

HolocaustSurvivors.OrgHolocaustSurvivors.Org provides all sorts of information about the Jewish Holocaust.

They have created this website because they believe that history is not just about events, it is about human lives. At this website they present history with a human face. You can read the stories of the survivors, hear them speak, look at their family photographs, consult their encyclopedia, and much more. You can learn more about the historical introduction to the Holocaust. At the top of the homepage you will find some categories that you could use in order to browse the website. These categories are: Survivor Stories, Photo Gallery, Audio Gallery, Encyclopedia, Texts, Bibliography, Links, Discussions, and About the Project. The encyclopedia entries were specially created to give background information on the stories. For a concise explanation read the first paragraph on an entry; for more information continue reading. The bibliography contains reference materials that the Project Director relied upon in preparing this website. HolocaustSurvivors.Org

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World-war-2.info – World War II History

  • May 15, 2008

World-war-2.infoAre you one of those history lovers? Are you in high school and need some historical information regarding World War II? Who did say there was no educational stuff on internet? World-war-2.info is a web site that provides its visitor with World War II content.

You can start reading the war summary, and then you can read the whole history, including the preceding events. You can be informed about the countries that participated in the war, which country was against the other, and more info. There is a timeline, statistics, and casualties listed by country. You can test your World War knowledge by doing the World-war-2.info trivia. Pictures, posters, aircraft info, and many other topics related to the war are also available. Two of the most terrible things that happened in the WWII are also treated: the holocaust and the atomic bomb. If you want to know about the Second World War, you can visit World-war-2.info. World-war-2.info

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Annefrank.org – Anne Frank’s History and More

  • April 21, 2008

Annefrank.orgAnnefrank.org is the official Anne Frank’s House website.

Here, you will find everything you need to know about her. Concerning Anne Frank’s House, currently a museum, you will find from visitor information, to the history of the house, exhibitions, the collection and a visual display –with pictures and a video. Additionally, if you want to know about her, you will find information on her childhood, when they were hiding, when betrayed and about her diary. Also, there are stories answering anything you want to know. Furthermore, there is a section devoted to activities, such as teaching materials on Anne Frank, World War II, anti-Semitism, discrimination and human rights; international projects all around the world; documentation; products, such as books, CDs, videos, and much more; and seminars and workshops. However, there is more. News, a free online Newspaper, press and other current information are displayed in annefrank.org. Don’t miss it; she is an important figure of the World’s history. Annefrank.org

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ScrapBookPages.com – About the Holocaust and the Camps

  • March 14, 2008

ScrapBookPages.comIt is doubtless that the World War II and the Jewish Holocaust was a dark time of History that should not be forgotten; on the contrary each of us should remember it forever as a lesson of what mankind can horridly do. For that you have plenty of historical material available online and printed publications and books used in high-school and college.

But sometimes it’s just not enough and if you don’t have the chance to visit some scary concentration camps, by the way very well-preserved, in Europe I would suggest you visiting ScrapBooksPages.com, a very comprehensive and illustrative site with featured photographs of Dachau, Auschwitz and Theresienstadt. To be objective, the site is more touristic than historical, if you can believe that someone can speak about Holocaust Tourism but sadly it is possible. Nevertheless it is a well-suited site with pictures from the camps, the barracks and Holocaust memorials. The pages get frequently updated with new material and photographs. A site not only of Jewish interest but general interest with details about German and other European cities and very interesting stories such as Anne Frank House, a very worldwide famous journal of someone who sadly lived the Holocaust from inside. ScrapBookPages.com

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Holocaust-history.org – The Holocaust Project

  • March 10, 2008

Holocaust-history.orgMillions of people were scarred by the success that occurred during the War World II. But there is one that horrifies and hunts people till this day: the Jewish Holocaust.

A group of people has gathered together to prevent a future holocaust and to make sure that people will always remember the nightmare that the last one meant. The result of their meeting was the creation of the Holocaust History project. To learn more about the project itself and read articles regarding the holocaust, all you have to do is visit their web page. On this site you will find a large number of short essays on the subject. You will also have the possibility of reading a lot of interesting answers, which were posted as responses to some other visitor’s questions. Reading about the most important events that occurred during the war is also a possibility that this site offers you. News is also posted on this site and they are always adding the latest ones. You can also read how this site has fought back those who try to injure them and that are claiming that the holocaust is a big lie. Holocaust-history.org

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