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Watch IWitness Testimonies
When choosing a topic to research, ask yourself some simple questions: What have I studied? What am I interested in?
Spend some time browsing IWitness to see how closely you can match your interests with available testimony.
Browse IWitness to see how closely you can match your interests with available testimony.
Every visual history testimony has been preserved in its entirety.
In addition to wartime experiences, visual history testimony includes information about interviewees’ pre-war and post-war lives.
Interviewees typically shared their stories in chronological order, recalling memories from before, during, and after the war.
» Florida Center for Instructional Technology: "Glossary"
» Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center: "Glossary"
» Jewish Virtual Library: "Holocaust Glossary: Terms, Places, and Personalities"
» United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: "Holocaust Encyclopedia: Glossary"
» Yad Vashem: "Holocaust Resource Center: Lexicon Entries"
» Echoes and Reflections: “Timeline”
» Florida Center for Instructional Technology: "Timeline"
» NAAF Project: "Time Line: Day by Day, Year by Year"
» The History Place™: "Holocaust Timeline"
» The Holocaust Chronicle (electronic book)
» United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: "Chronology of the Holocaust"
» United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: "The Holocaust and World War II: Timeline"
» Yad Vashem: "Chronology of the Holocaust"
Frequently Asked Questions
» United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: "Frequently Asked Questions"
» Echoes and Reflections: "Frequently Asked Questions about the Holocaust"
» Anti-Defamation League: "Uprising: Frequently Asked Questions on the Holocaust"
» Museum of Tolerance: A Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum: "36 Questions About the Holocaust"
» Yad Vashem: "Holocaust Resource Center: FAQs"
» Cybrary of the Holocaust: "Annotated Bibliography I & II"
» Florida Center for Instructional Technology: "Bibliographies"
» United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: "Bibliographies"
» Yad Vashem: "Basic Bibliography of the Holocaust"
» Anne Frank House
» Anti-Defamation League
» Calvin College: "German Propaganda Archive"
» Facing History and Ourselves
» Harvard Law School Library Nuremberg Trials Project: A Digital Document Collection
» History in Focus: Holocaust Websites
» Holocaust Memorials
» Holocaust: A Call to Conscience—The Aladdin Project
» Memorial and Museum: Auschwitz-Birkenau
» Remember.org: A Cybrary of the Holocaust
» Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance Multimedia Learning Center Online
» The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Program: "Electronic Notes for Speakers"
» The Nizkor Project: "Einsatzgruppen Operational Situational Reports"
» United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
» Yad Vashem
» Yale Law School: "The Avalon Project: WWII Documents, 1918-1949"