Set out below is a list of other Web-sites concerned in some way or another with the Holocaust. If you are aware of other sites which would be interest to us and are worth of mention or if you find any errors in the information below, please send a message to the webmaster.


    Yad Vashem is an Israeli foundation created by the Knesset in 1953 to help keep alive the memory of the Martyns and Heroes of the Holocaust. Former Israeli Prime Minister Aba Eban writes on its web-site: "Yad Vashem is the monument to a nation's grief. It gives moving testimony to the unparalleled violence which affected the Jewish people at the hands of Nazi Germany, leaving a vast legacy of death and suffering in its wake. Yad Vashem is therefore one of the most significant landmarks in the moral history of mankind. It merits the sequence and support of free people everywhere".
  • Mémorial de la Shoah (former CDJC)
    Le Mémorial de la Shoah is open since 27th January of 2005. About 5000m² are dedicated to the research and the teatching of the Shoah for everybody.
    The Wall of the Names was inaugurated in January too. He was edified at the entrance of the Mémorial and presents classified by year of deportation - 1942, 1943, 1944 - and by alphabetical order, the name, surname et date of birth of all the Jews deported from France.
  • Foundation for the Remembrance of the Deportation

  • Foundation for the Remembrance of the Shoah

  • JewishGen
    JewishGen®, Inc. is the primary internet source connecting researchers of Jewish genealogy worldwide. Its most popular components are the JewishGen Discussion Group, the JewishGen Family Finder (a database of 350,000 surnames and towns), the comprehensive directory of InfoFiles, ShtetLinks for over 200 communities, and a variety of databases such as the ShtetlSeeker and Jewish Records Indexing-Poland. JewishGen's online Family Tree of the Jewish People contains data on nearly three million people.
    Created to assist those researching their Jewish ancestry and based on the concept of free sharing of information, JewishGen Inc. is staffed primarily by volunteers. It is a 501(c)(3) United States tax exempt, non-profit corporation relying on the JewishGen-erosity of its users to ensure continued growth.
    Yizkor (Memorial) Books are some of the best sources for learning about Jewish communities in Eastern and Central Europe. Groups of former residents, or landsmanshaftn, have published these books as a tribute to their former homes and the people who were murdered during the Holocaust. The majority of these books were written in Hebrew or Yiddish, languages that many contemporary genealogists cannot read or understand.
    Our prime objective is to provide a forum for questions, exchange of information and discussion of matters involved in doing Jewish genealogical research in France, other French-speaking areas such as Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland, and in former French colonies such as Tunisia, Algeria, etc.
    To learn more about what JewishGen offers anyone researching Jewish ancestry, we invite you to explore each of the links on the site.
  • GenAmi
    An international association for Jewish Genealogy
  • Généanet
    A powerful genealogical database
  • Rootsweb
    An unmatched research tool
    A webpage from the website of Jose Gutstein, from Florida, concerning Lithuania and with beautiful pictures from the Ninth Fort

List updated by Philippe Cattelain

©Éric et Dominique Blum --3rd January of 2004