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On this page I have posted links to the many different repositories, museums, archives, universities, agencies, historical societies, synagogues, institutes, websites, individuals, etc.,  that have assisted me in one manner or another in the acquisition of the primary research and documentation needed for my studies. To all of them, I am very grateful!

After the geographically organized lists of physical repositories, museums, and archives, I have included a section on "virtual" sites of Holocaust Research and Memorialization - websites that I believe contribute significantly to the study and preservation of Holocaust memory.

I have also provided a Bibliography of sources I used for the historical content of my webpages on Holocaust history and memorialization.

Jewish Historical Society of San Diego

USC Shoah Foundaton Institute for Visual History and Education

Los Angeles Museum of Tolerance

Simon Wiesenthal Cultural Center

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Martyr's Memorial

Skirball Cultural Center and Museum

Davidson Library Special Collections, UC Santa Barbara

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

U.S. National Archives

U.S. Library of Congress

Center for Jewish History

American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee

Museum of Jewish History, A Living Memorial to the Holocaust

Hebrew Union College, Center for Holocaust & Humanity Education

Indiana University, Lilly Library

University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library

William Bremen Jewish Heritage Museum

National Museum of American Jewish History

Tennessee Holocaust Commission, Living On Exhibit

Florida Holocaust Museum

National Library of The Philippines

Ateneo de Manila University, Rizal Library

University of Santo Tomas

Embassy of the United States, Manila

Jorge B.Vargas Museum and Filipiniana Research Center

Israeli Embassy, Makati - Exhibit History Jews in The Philippines

Yad Vashem, The Holocaust Martyr' and Heroes' Authority

Ghetto Fighter's Museum

The Hedva Eibeshitz Institute of Holocaust Studies, Haifa
39 Rechov Hatichon, Neve-Shaanan, P.O. Box 9288, IL-31092 Haifa, Israel
info@eibshitz.org.il   Tel: 00972-4-8325978

Beit Hatfutsot, Nahum Goldman Museum of the Jewish Diaspora, Tel Aviv

Jewish Historical Institute, Warsaw

Warsaw Ghetto Images and Histories at Scrapbookpages.com

Lublin Private Tour Guide, Slawomir Nowodworski

Majdanek Concentration Camp, Museum and Memorial

Belzec Death Camp Memorial and Museum

Podgorze Ghetto, Krakow

Kazimierz District, Jewish Quarter

Oskar Schindler Factory

Auschwitz - Birkenau Concentration Camps, Memorials and Museum

Plaszow Concentration Camp Memorial

Prague Jewish District

Theresienstadt Ghetto

Terezin Gestapo Prison

Mauthausen Concentration Camp

Dachau Concentration Camp

Buchenwald Concentration Camp

Neuengamme Concentration Camp

Ravensbrück Concentration Camp

Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

Monument to the Murdered Jews of Europe

Jewish Museum Berlin

Stiftung Neue Synagogue Berlin, Centrum Judaicum

Institute for the History of German Jews, Hamburg

Stadtteilarchiv Ottensen, Hamburg

Staatsarchiv, Hamburg

Altona Jewish District

Museum of Hamburg History, "Jews in Hamburg" Exhibit

Fritz Bauer Institut Geschichte und Wirkung des Holocaust

Stolpersteine Project

"Living On" - Tennessee Holocaust Survivors and Liberators

"A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust"

"Holocaust Survivors"

"Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive"


Bernau, Nikolaus. Die Neuen Architekturfuehrer No. 70 - Holocaust Memorial Berlin. Berlin: Stadtwandel Verlag, 2005.

Blodig, Vojtech, Ludmila Chladkova, and Miroslava Langhamerova, trans. Petr Kurfuerst. Terezin - Places of Suffering and Braveness. Praha: Jitka Kejrova, V RAJI Publishing, 2003.

Chladkova, Ludmila. The Terezin Ghetto. Pamatnik Terezin: Jitka Kejrova, V RAJI Publishing, 2005. 

Comay, Joan. The Diaspora Story - The Epic of the Jewish People among the Nations. Bnei-Brak: Steimatzky, 1981.

Freed, James Ingo. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. London: Phaidon Press Limited, 1995.

Kagan, Joram. Poland's Jewish Landmarks - A Travel Guide. New York: Hippocrene Books, Inc., 2001.

Kuwalek, Robert. Belzec: The Nazi Death Camp. Action Reinhard Camps Foundation International, 2005.

Marsalek, Hans. The History of Mauthausen Concentration Camp. Linz, Austria: Austrian Society of Mauthausen Concentration Camp, 1995.

Marsalek, Hans and Kurt Hacker. Concentration Camp Mauthausen. Vienna, Austria: Oesterreichische Lagergemeinschaft  Mauthausen, date unknown.

Milton, Sybil. In Fitting Memory: The Art and Politics of Holocaust Memorials. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1991.

Momot, Maria. Auschwitz Birkenau Memorial and Museum. Zakopane: Wydawnictwo Krokus, 2004.

Parik, Arno. Jewish Prague - Reference Guidebook. Praha: The Jewish Museum in Prague, 2002.

Potyralski, B&M. Warsaw and Ghetto. Warszawa: B.M. Potyralscy, 2000.

Saidel, Rochelle G. Never Too Late To Remember: The Politics Behind New York City's Holocaust Museum. New York/London: Holmes & Meier Publishers Inc., 1996.

Simon, Hermann. The New Synagogue, Berlin: Past - Present - Future. Germany: Edition Hentrich Berlin, 1999.

Smolen, Kazimierz. State Musesum in Oswiecim: Auschwitz Birkenau Guide-Book. Oswiecim: Panstwowe Museum, 2006.

Swiebocki, Teresa and Henryk. Eds.  Auschwitz: The Residence of Death. Krakow: Bialy Kruk Studio, 1997.

Terrance, Marc. Concentration Camps: A Traveler's Guide to World War II Sites. Universal Publishers/UPUBLISH.com., 2003.

Toovey, Richard, trans. Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen: Brief History and Site Plan Tour Map. Stuttgart, L2M3 Kommunikations Design, 2004.

Tych, Feliks, Eleonora Bergman, and Juergen Hensel. Guide to the Jewish Historical Institute Warsaw. Warszawa: Zydowski Instytut Historyczny IN-B, 2003. 

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Museum Guide. Washington DC.

Winters, Peter Jochen. Sachsenhausen: Memorial and Museum. Berlin: Stadtwandel Verlag, 2005.

Wisniewska, Anna and Czeslaw Rajca. Majdanek: The Concentration Camp of Lublin. Lublin: Panstwowe Muzeum na Majdanku, 2002.

Young, James E. Holocaust Memorial and Meaning. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1993

Young, James E., Ed. The Art of Memory: Holocaust Memorials. The Jewish Museum New York: Prestel, 1994.

Zertal, Edith, ed. Beth Hatefutsoth - The Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora. Tel Aviv, 2003.