Holocaust Community founded in 1995 to Remember, Zachor, Sich Erinnern. Remember.org offers contributors (survivors, liberators, historians, and teachers )a place to connect and sharethe best research resources and stories through art, photography, painting, audio/video, and remembrance.
Check out the USC Shoah Foundation Institute, launching a new online exhibit, called Stories of Liberation. It features testimony clips from both survivors and liberators who discuss their perspective of the Allied liberation of Nazi camps.
It is one of our most powerful and popular exhibits.
Geoffrey Laurence: The Holocaust Series
Remember.org shares art, discussion,
photos, poems, and facts
to preserve powerful memories, like A Survivor's
Prayer to millions of visitors since 1994.
Also Childhood in Times of War, a new book online, Someone is Watching Over Me by Florence Mayer Lieblich, and Anne Frank: The Biography and Official Secrets: What the Nazis Planned, What the British and Americans Knew.
Visit the Bookstore
and find over 2,000 books on the Holocaust.
Survivors, rescuers, liberators, and others share their stories. Complete online books include, The Soapmaker, Childhood in Times of War and more. Featuring liberator testimonies and remembering the non-jewish victims.
How to Find What You Are Looking For..
Check out our links pages. Remember.org is organized into 2 sections: Research, areas where you can explore the issues of the Holocaust, and Forums, where discussion and ongoing feedback is held. To get started, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Auschwitz, Then and Now shows you actual art by survivors and more.
Click on the painting, and you'll see a photo taken in the same place that art was created, years later. It's one of the most powerful exhibits that lets you see Then, and Now.
The work of Alan Jacobs will continue to grow, sharing photos and views on the Holocaust that are unique and powerful. Remember.org is grateful for his excellent work shared with our visitors.
Art and Media
View paintings by survivor Jan Komski. His personal history is full of remarkable events, including being part of the very first prisoner transport to arrive in Auschwitz, and being part of one of the most famous escapes from the camp. Check out Voices of Shoah now, an audio documentary narrated by Elliot Gould.
The "graphic" images/descriptions may not be suitable for younger viewers.
for People lost in the Holocaust?
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