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Sir Francis Galton website

Sir Francis Galton's complete work and biography


Darwin online

The complete work of Charles Darwin


Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies

Introduction to the Holocaust including various definitions of the term "Holocaust", biographic information on Adolph Hitler, the principles behind the Nazi ideology and how the policies shifted and led to the Holocaust.
The main strategies and arguments of Holocaust deniers are noted, including the veiled language of the Nazis themselves and alleged lack of evidence.
Information on non-Jewish victims: Sinti, Roma, Jehovah's Witnesses, homosexuals and people with disabilities.
Links to further information are given regarding: Holocaust art, selected memorial museums, the Nuremberg trials and testimonies of survivors and witnesses.


Virtual T4 memorial site visit

Similar to an exhibition, one can move through various topics (starting with eugenics), where original documents, audio and video surrounding the T4 "euthanasia" program are presented, accompanied by short texts.

English, German, German sign language

Bergen Belsen liberation website

Archive relating and dedicated to the men and women service personnel and the part they played at the Liberation and subsequent Humanitarian Effort of the Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp in 1945: The Liberation of Bergen Belsen Concentration Camp. Recommended section on Medical Students' activities.


Collection of webinars by the Medicine, Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program in Cedars-Sinai

A collection of webinars in a verity of topics, from the Medicine, Holocaust and Genocide Studies Program in Cedars-Sinai

English, Hebrew, Spanish, Chinese, Persian, Arabic, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Filipino

Bioethics and the Holocaust

A resource hub with testimonies, multimedia tools, documents, reading materials and more

English, Some multi-lingual features

Eugenics Archive

An interactive tool for exploring the history of eugenics.
"Eugenics Archives reflects the collaboration of scholars, survivors, students, and community partners in challenging eugenics".


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