Animated map and images describing the aftermath of the Holocaust and what happened to Jewish survivors. [3:39]
View this Holocaust animated map in the form of a video detailing information on the Dachau concentration camp, the first one in World War II of the Nazi regime. [4:06]
Video of animated map, images, and historical film footage showing the liberation of concentration camps across Europe by the Russians, Americans, British, and Canadians and what they found. [3:10]
Animated map and images detailing the extraordinary efforts of people who risked everything to save European Jews from Nazi persecution and execution. [4:49]
Video of animated map showing the progression of the Holocaust over the course of World War II and the devastation of the Jewish population of Europe and the Soviet Union. [1:57]
Animated map and images describing the Jewish ghetto Lodz in German-occupied Poland. It operated as a labor camp for several years until the remaining residents were deported to Auschwitz near the end of the war. [4:00]
Here you can find a chronology of events at Auschwitz from its construction to its liberation. Includes links to other concentration camps.
A collection of photographs taken by an SS officer, Karl Hocker, who was stationed at the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1944. Use the links on the page to go to related articles and the photographs
An article about the history of the Bergen-Belsen camp complex and the varied roles it played in the Nazi efforts to imprison a wide variety of populations throughout World War II.
An article about the first boycott of Jewish businesses carried out by the Nazis in 1933. No one expected that this was the beginning of what would become the Holocaust.
A description of the concentration camp system at Buchenwald, and the varied types of prisoners who were held there before and during World War II.
Article detailing the development and use of concentration camps in pre-World War II Germany to detain political enemies, subversives, and so-called "social deviants."
Article summarizing the development and use of numerous concentration camps by the Nazis in the early years of World War II. The camps were used to provide forced labor, retain political prisoners, and any populations the Nazis wanted to remove from society.