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Raphael Lemkin's Papers

Lemkins's Collection

Raphael Lemkin coined the word Genocide and this is a comprehensive collection of his correspondence, unpublished essays, research notes among a host of other primary sources.


The Holocaust

Yad Vashem

Has a comprehensive collection of primary resources on the Holocaust.

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Has rich information on the Holocaust and also on other genocides.

Holocaust Trials

  • Eichmann Trials
    Videos of the trial of Adolf Eichmann, head of the Department for Jewish Affairs in the Gestapo from 1941 to 1945. He was chief of operations in the deportation of Jews to extermination camps.
  • Nuremberg Trials
    Includes the war crimes trials.
  • List of other cases
    Comprehensive list of cases involving the trial Holocaust Perpetrators in the Nazi regime.
  • War criminal trials. 1947-1949
    This is a summary of court proceedings against individuals accused of war crimes during World War II. Excludes the major war criminals tried by the Nuremberg and Tokyo International Military Tribunals.
  • The Dachau Trials
    These were trials by the United States Army Courts in Europe that took place between 1945 and 1948.


  • Yizkor Books
    These were books compiled by Holocaust survivors so as to preserve memory about Jewish communities that perished in the Holocaust. They have description of histories of Jewish communities, biographies of prominent people, photos and maps.
  • English Translation of Yizkor Books
  • Donovan archival collection
    This is a collection of material on related to the investigation, procedures, and legal legal aspects of the first Nurenberg Trials of 1945 to 1946.
  • Law reports on the Nuremberg war criminals trial
    There are proceedings prepared by the United Nations war crimes commission following the trials of war criminals between 1947 to 1949 at the Nuremberg and Tokyo International military tribunals.

Oral Histories

  • Oral history of the Holocaust
    Oral histories of survivors who went to live in Britain. Covers life before the Holocaust, Ghettos, deportation of Jews, Concentration camps, Resistance, and liberation of survivors.
  • Voices of the Holcaust
    Oral interviews of Holocaust survivors collected in 1946.
  • Personal histories
    Offers personal histories of survivors. Some of the aspects covered include, hiding, concentration camps, life after the Holocaust among other issues.
  • Witnessing the Holocaust
    Collection of short interviews with survivors, perpetrators and next generations of Holocaust survivors.
  • Testimony by Holocaust Survivors
    Testimonies of survivors many years after the Holocaust.

Prisoners in Nazi Germany

  • Badges
    Badges that were used to identify prisoners in Nazi Germany.

Holocaust Denial & Misrepresentation

Experiment by Medical Doctors and Scientists

Survivors of the Twins Experiments

Provides information about Dr Mengele's research project on twins. One of the survivors of the project  tells her story.

Other Experiments

Apart from doing experiments with twins, more than 23 Nazi medical doctors and scientists also used Jews, Gypsies and groups of people they did not want by making them experimental subjects. The experiments dealt with efficacy of medical drugs, Sterilization, pain, Poisons, malaria, high altitude, Sea water experiments among a host of other experiments

Concentration Camps

Camps by the Nazi

Provides a comprehensive list of concentration camps by country in Europe.


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