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Articles, Documents, Photo's and Testimonies from the Holocaust. Today there are many resources available for those wishing to learn more of what the world has come to know as The Holocaust - the planned extermination of entire ethnic, religious, politica



 



Holocaust Prelude
Research on the events leading up to the Holocaust



Euthanasia and the Holocaust
The Nazis did not create this twisted version of euthanasia. Its roots lay in a selective reading of the evolutionary theories of Charles Darwin, and the distorted scientific thinking to which this gave birth.



The Einsatzgruppen
The Einsatzgruppen were special SS mobile formations tasked with carrying out the mass murder of Jews, communist functionaries, and others deemed unfit to live by the Nazis. They were first seen in action in Austria and the annexed parts of Czechoslovakia in 1938, as German forces occupied all (in the case of Austria) or certain regions (in the case of Czechoslovakia) of these countries in relatively peaceful annexations to the Reich.



The Einsatzgruppen
The Einsatzgruppen were special SS mobile formations tasked with carrying out the mass murder of Jews, communist functionaries, and others deemed unfit to live by the Nazis. They were first seen in action in Austria and the annexed parts of Czechoslovakia in 1938, as German forces occupied all (in the case of Austria) or certain regions (in the case of Czechoslovakia) of these countries in relatively peaceful annexations to the Reich.









Action Reinhard Labour Camps
All about the Action Reinhard Labour Camps



Kurt Gerstein
The Kurt Gerstein Report



The Trawniki Labour Camp
Pictures and Text about Trawniki



The Economics of the Holocaust
Financial details of the Holocaust and Action Reinhard



Poniatowa
The Holocaust and the Poniatowa Labour Camp






Auschwitz Chain of Command
The leaders of the Auschwitz Death Camp



Kurt Gerron
The story of Kurt Gerron



Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitlers Prelude to the Holocaust



Heinrich Himmler
As the war was drawing to a German defeat, Himmler was considered by many to be a candidate to succeed Hitler as the Führer of Germany. However, realizing the war was lost, Himmler attempted to approach the Allies for peace negotiations through the Head of the Swedish Red Cross, Count Folke Bernadotte. Himmler ordered the cessation of the mass slaughter of the Jews, and proposed the surrender of the German armies in the west, including Denmark and Norway, but the fight against the Russians would continue. Hitler, learning of the betrayal of his most trusted and loyal disciple was enraged, stripping Himmler of all of his offices.



Reinhard Heydrich
Reinhard Heydrich was born on 7 March 1904 in the German town Halle, and baptized Reinhardt Eugen Tristan. It was his given name of "Reinhardt" that would become synonymous (besides Auschwitz) with the deportation, mass shooting and systematic slaughter of European Jews and Romanies in Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka, and Majdanek



The Warsaw Ghetto
All about the Warsaw ghetto, the uprising, the transports, the people, Judenrat, Nazis, destruction of the Ghetto, the Stroop Report



Belzec Excavation
Robin O'Neil describes the Excavations at Belzec



Nazi Propaganda
Learn how the Nazis used propaganda to incite racial hatred



Kristallnacht
Learn about the pogrom called the Night of Broken Glass



The SS and The Holocaust
Learn the roles of the SS leaders in the Holocaust



Warsaw ghetto Uprising
Learn about the events related to the Warsaw ghetto uprising



www.Holocaustresearchproject.org WHAT'S NEW PAGE
Find links to all the new pages on the H.E.A.R.T Website



Majdanek
It was Heinrich Himmler, the Reichsführer – SS, who during his visit to Lublin on 20-21 July 1941 ordered Odilo Globocnik, the SS and Police Leader for the Lublin district, to establish a concentration camp in Lublin. Himmler also outlined a programme of economic and political tasks to be carried out in Lublin. Included in this programme was the expansion of the German Supply Works (DAW – Deutsche Ausrüstungswereke), which had existed since 1940 at the labour camp at 7 Lipowa Street, and the Clothing Works (Bekleidungswerke), which was established by Globocnik in 1941. In addition, Himmler included the building of an SS and police housing district in the programme in the area of the former airfield in Lublin. According to Himmler, the district, designed for 60,000 SS-men, would be linked to the old German town.



Treblinka "Remember Me"
Listing of known Treblinka Victims and Survivors with a Treblinka Image Gallery



Jewish SonderKommando's and Work details in Aktion Reinhard
The Nazis realised at an early stage that there was a need for permanent and experienced working groups of prisoners, to ensure that the death camp operations ran smoothly. Jewish specialists, were able to work on their individuals skills, as long as they were fit and served a purpose, the days of arbitrary executions became a rarity, those who fell ill, were executed.



Testimony of Rivka Yosselevska
Eye witness testimony at Einsatzgruppen action



Eichmann Biography
Bio on Adolf Eichmann



Documents of the SS
NAZI SS files and Documents



Aktion Reinhard Staff List
Aktion Reinhard SS, Police, Railroad and Civilian Personnel



The destruction of the Hungarian Jews
In depth report on the Deportation and murder of the Jews of Hungary.



The destruction of the Jews of Greece
Greek Jews deported and murdered at Auschwitz



Majdanek "Daily Life:
Details of the life of prisoners at the Majdanek Death Camp



Police Battalion 101
Facts involving the muderous death squad from Hamburg