The destruction of Hungarian Jewry : a documentary account. Documents the destruction of the Hungarian Jewish community in 1944. Volume I covers the treatment of Hungarian Jews from 1940 until the Nazi occupation and volume II covers the roundups and deportations of March-April, 1944. Presents reproductions of the original sources. Includes an analytical list of documents.
The Holocaust. Presents translations for over 100 documents, including letters, diary excerpts, Nazi reports, and survivor testimonies, which trace the history of the Holocaust from the rise of Nazism through the liberation of the camps.
JDC archives provides access to over 1,7 million pages and photographs from its founding in 1917 to the present.
Jewish underground resistance : the David Diamant collection. This collection consists of original documents collected by Diamant over a period of approximately 30 years dealing primarily with the Jewish segment of the French underground resistance; many of the documents originate with communist groups, and some deal with Polish groups.
Leo Baeck Institute. Their online collection includes archival manuscripts, memoirs, books and periodicals as well as audio recording.
The Nazi Germany sourcebook: an anthology of texts. Translations of 148 documents, including some never before published in English, covering the rise of Nazism through the Holocaust and the following decades. Contains diplomatic records, minutes of meetings, diary excerpts, speeches, and eyewitness accounts.
Nazism, 1919-1945. The rise and fall of Nazism from the movement’s founding through World War II. Interweaves translated excerpts from hundreds of primary documents.
The Nuremberg Trials Project. An open-access initiative by Harvard Law School Library to create and present digitized images or full-text versions of the Library's Nuremberg documents and trials.
The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials. The Avalon Project, Yale Law School. Full-text access to the multivolume sets of the Nuremberg trial proceedings and transcripts originally published by the International Military Tribunal. Includes translations of many important Holocaust-related documents, such as the Stroop Report, the Warsaw Protocol, and the Night and Fog Decree.
The Online Wiener Archive. This documentation, collected by Dr. Alfred Wiener and his team before, during and after the Second World War and the Holocaust, includes official correspondences of the Nazi authorities in the 1930s and 1940s; official records from concentration camps; official records of Jewish organizations; personal letters which shed light on the condition of the Jews in occupied Europe and more.
The Roman Vishniac Collection. A collection of images of Jewish life in Europe before the Holocaust, documenting a world that would soon vanish. Vishniac also chronicled the rise of Nazism and the aftermath of World War II.
Sources of the Holocaust. Collects 84 translations of original documents, including letters, postwar depositions, speeches, diary excerpts, Nazi reports, and newspaper articles, which outline the history of the Holocaust.
Testaments to the Holocaust. It builds a history of the period through people’s testimonies, family narratives and the documents of the activities of the Nazi regime.
Visual History Archive.USC Shoah Foundation’s online portal that allows users to search through and view more than 55,000 video testimonies of survivors and witnesses of genocide.
Witness to the Holocaust. Documentary history of the Holocaust. Presents translated excerpts of key documents, speeches, announcements, letters, and reports, chronologically presented with commentary to provide context for each item.
Yad Vashem. Established in 1953, as the world center for documentation, research, education and commemoration of the Holocaust.