Explore the sources linked up below to help you answer the questions you've developed based on the book you have been reading. After creating a new project in Noodle Tools, add the citation for any source you use.
Create a new project to collect the citations from sources you consult for this project.
Full-text magazines, academic journals, news articles, primary source documents, images, videos, audio files and links to vetted websites. "Holocaust" is one of the topic pages found under "Browse Topics." Use this page to find their collected information in different formats on the topic.
Get quick facts and in-depth information on a wide variety of subjects. Start research projects with multiple resources in one place. Find multimedia to use in projects and presentations.
Use the "Search within this publication" search box OR use the index to find your topic.
Enter keywords in the search box to look for information on your topic. Published by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Use either the "Holocaust" or "After the Holocaust" series of articles from the online encyclopedia to browse articles such as: "Intro to the Holocaust," "The Final Solution," "Ghettos," "Nazi Camps," "Forced Labor," "Gassing Operations," and more.
Explore the pages included here to learn more about individuals and their experiences during the Holocaust. Part of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Use the search box or browse the topics listed to find information on this site published by the National World War II Museum.
Use this form to evaluate the authority of any websites not linked up here before trusting them as a reliable source and adding them to your bibliography (works cited page).