Here is a sampling of just some of the digital collections that you can find on the web. Please keep in mind that online collections of primary sources often include commentaries, essays, and other text that is secondary and should be used as such.
A pioneer of Holocaust museums worldwide, the center places great emphasis on educating the younger generations about the Holocaust. The Holocaust Resource Center includes sources from the Yad Vashem archives and Holocaust survivor testimonies. The Digital Collections include photo and document archives, as well as a database of Holocaust victims.
Explores the Holocaust through 70 sources – including diaries, letters, testimonies and poems – created by victims, survivors, perpetrators and other witnesses. A digital Holocaust Educational Trust project marking 70 years since the end of the Holocaust in 2015.
A portal for the exploration of digitized, restored, transcribed, and translated interviews with Holocaust survivors conducted by Dr. David P. Boder in 1946. Hosted by the Galvin Library at the Illinois Institute of Technology.