Browse through the following websites to explore survivor testimonials in text, audio, photographic, and video formats.
Florida Holocaust Museum - This searchable website includes the museum's survivor testimonies.
Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies - This comprehensive collection includes video testimonies collected by the Yale University Library.
Holocaust Documentation and Education Center, Inc. - This South Florida museum offers an Oral History Collection of testimonials transcribed from interviews with survivors. To read these, students may visit the location in Hollywood.
Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida - This site includes survivor testimonies categorized by time period.
Holocaust Survivors - This site presents history with a human face. Read the survivors' stories, hear them speak, and view their photographs.
Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust - Provided by the University of South Florida, this site includes video testimonials and archival footage.
Telling Their Stories: Oral History Archives Project - This site includes transcriptions of student interviews with Holocaust survivors.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum - This site offers personal histories, essays, the "Memory Project," conversations with survivors, diary entries, survivor tributes, oral history resources, and "Life After the Holocaust" documented experiences.
USC Shoah Foundation - Provided by the Institute for Visual History and Education, this site features full-length and edited video clips of survivor testimonies, in addition to student-produced videos about Holocaust survivors.
Visual History Archive - Supported by the USC Shoah Foundation, this portal allows users to search and view nearly 52,000 survivor and witness testimonies. Free online registration is required.
Yad Vashem - This site includes video survival testimonials organized by topic and location.