Resources and Information

for and/or about Holocaust Survivors and Hidden Children

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The Hidden Child Foundation - Site hosted by the Anti-Defamation League.  As the last survivors, we must tell our tragic stories - for now and for the future, we must bear witness to the Holocaust. Our mission is to educate all people on the consequences of bigotry and hatred so that never again will anyone suffer the atrocity, the injustice and the agony of the Holocaust.

Federation of Jewish Child Survivors of the Holocaust - The Jewish Child Survivors of the Holocaust, persecuted during the Nazi era in ghettos, in camps, in hiding, on the run, or forced to leave Nazi occupied Europe. Objectives are to represent the interest of the child survivor community and to support each other, to keep alive the memory of the six million Jews - including the 1.5 million children - murdered during the Holocaust, and to pass on our legacy to future generations. We pursue these objectives by telling the stories of our survival, by community interaction, education, and by holding conferences and fighting antisemitism.

Museum of Tolerance Online Multimedia Learning Center - A comprehensive resource on the Holocaust and World War II, with over 3,000 text files, and tens of thousands of photos. Hosted by the Simon Wiesenthal Center.

Hunter College High School Holocaust Survivors - A Web site created by Hunter High Alumnae who are Holocaust survivors. In sharing our Holocaust experiences with you, our aim is to bring a human dimension to historical events that are largely incomprehensible, to bring a name and a reality to a horrific period of 20th century history. - Sonja Herbert's website tells the story of a half-Jewish girl who hid in a traveling circus to escape the Holocaust.


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