Anne Frank House  The Anne Frank House’s Web Site.   Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945:  Teacher Workbook (5-12)    Anne Frank Center Online.  This site contains information about Anne Frank.  You can see pictures of her life and read from her diary.  This is also a special education page to help with teaching the lessons of Anne Frank in the Classroom.  This site also includes some great resources on the Holocaust.   Cybrary of the Holocaust.  As time passes, memory fades. The Cybrary of the Holocaust uses art, discussion groups, photos, poems, and a wealth of facts to preserve powerful memories and to educate scholars and newcomers alike about the Holocaust.    Five Million Forgotten.  This is a very moving site dedicated to the memory of the five million non-Jewish victims of the holocaust.  Many related links.    Adolf Hitler Adolf Hitler, a charismatic, Austrian-born demagogue, rose to power in Germany during the 1920s and early 1930s at a time of social, political, and economic upheaval. Failing to take power by force in 1923, he eventually won power by democratic means. Once in power, he eliminated all opposition and launched an ambitious program of world domination and elimination of the Jews, paralleling ideas he advanced in his book, Mein Kampf. His "1,000 Year Reich" barely lasted 12 years and he died a broken and defeated man.   The Holocaust.  The Holocaust with stories of crimes, heroes and villains started 1996, based on my essays and 30 year's research into WW2 and the Holocaust. It is one of the largest Holocaust websites in the world, built as a labor of love. This was created and maintained by  Louis Bülow  Holocaust History Project    This website has free Holocaust archives of documents and essays  The Holocaust World Resource Center  Holocaust Survivors (9-12) INTERACTIVE Why have this web site? Because history is not just about events, it is about human lives. Here we present history with a human face. Read the stories of the survivors. Hear them speak. Look at their family photographs. Read a historical introduction to the Holocaust. Leave your thoughts or ask your questions on the discussion page.   Sidney Finkel’s Page Sidney Finkel is a Holocaust survivor who tells the story of his childhood vividly and honestly. History, courage, luck, and foolhardiness took him on a journey from Poland in 1939 at the age of seven to Buchenwald, Germany; Terenstadt, Czechoslovakia; and finally, as a teenager, to Windmere, England in 1945  A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust An overview of the people and events of the Holocaust  through photographs, documents, art, music, movies, and literature   United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Online Exhibitions The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is America’s national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history, and serves as this country’s memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust. Vancouver Holocaust Education Center website.  INTERACTIVE   Voices of the Holocaust  INTERACTIVE  This well-organized website from the British Library allows students to hear actual voices of Holocaust survivors describing life before and during their imprisonment. The site also includes information on the background of the Holocaust as well as  activities and related teacher resources.