Explore the events that led to the systematic murder of six million Jews and millions of other innocent victims. Discover the stories of survivors, witnesses, and rescuers that raise essential questions about the nature of human behavior.
Read a list of eligibility requirements for those interested in volunteering with the Unitarian Church during their 1930s European refugee aid project.
Contemporary cartoon from the Washington Post commemorating 70 years since the transatlantic liner "The St. Louis" was denied entry to Cuba and the United States. See full-sized image for analysis.
Photograph of Chief Prosecutor Benjamin Ferencz at the Nuremberg Trial.
A movie still showing the town that the Hangman visits from the animated film featuring the poem "The Hangman" by Maurice Ogden, written in 1951.
A window destroyed in a Jewish owned business. Berlin, Germany, November 1938.
A special newspaper edition that was published on October 1, 1946 announcing the pronouncement of sentences at the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg, Germany
Photograph of poet and resistance member Abraham Sutzkever posing with child artist Zalmen Bok (Sam Bak) shortly after the liberation.
Images of Adolf Hitler demonstrating his enthusiastic oratorical style from September 1930.
Adolf Hitler talks to a young girl during his campaign for president of Germany in 1932. Hitler lost to incumbent Paul von Hindenburg.
Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in 1924. In the early 1920s, Hitler was attracting thousands of new members to the Nazi Party.
Affidavit signed by Rudolf Hoess attesting to his gassing of Jews at Auschwitz while he served as commander.