All But My Life (Websites)

by Gerda Weissmann Klein

Gerda Weissmann Klein's book touches on topics such as World War II, The Holocaust, slave labor camps, and liberation . You may want to read more about these topics! In fact, these issues would be excellent starter ideas for research projects.

All But My Life Web Resources

The Center for Holocaust and Humanity Education, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
The Center and its website "reach out to all communities, religious and secular, from the Greater Cincinnati area to communities throughout the world, to advance tikkun olam, the repair of the world."
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
"This very extensive website of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum contains an expanding set of materials and resources for Holocaust study and teaching."
The Holocaust Timeline
This is part of a webiste called The History Place. The History Place website also has information on Nazi Germany and World War II in some depth.
Holocaust Survivors
"This site's contents emphasize the personal dimension of Holocaust history, particularly in the survivor stories, which are supplemented by a photo gallery and audio gallery"
To Save a Life: Stories of Holocaust Rescue
"web site includes the rescuers' narratives, photos, and brief biographies of both survivors and rescuers"
Voice Vision: Holocaust Survivor Oral Histories
Contains information about the oral history project conducted by Dr. Sidney Bolkosky of the University of Michigan-Dearborn, which encompasses over 150 interviews of Holocaust survivors."
Women and the Holocaust
"Created by Holocaust survivor Judy Cohen and a team of contributors, this website includes first-person accounts, reviews of relevant books,articles and essays, poetry, and links to additional first-person accounts and other Holocaust resources."
Holocaust History Project
"This website seeks to refute Holocaust denial and revisionism through the presentation of documents, photos, audio files, essays and links to related web sites."
The Gerda and Kurt Klein Foundation
"Through their Foundation, Gerda and Kurt Klein have created the opportunity for young people to understand the world and translate that understanding into positive actions. The Foundation, which became operational in 1998, promotes tolerance for differences, respect for others and the empowerment of students through education and community service."

The All But My Life Research Guide is maintained by Mary Chesnut. Suggestions and comments are welcome.

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