The Web site of the Eisenhower Library provides extensive information about the life and times
of the 34th president. Site includes texts of selected speeches and guides to library resources and events.
Six such death camps existed: Auschwitz-Birkenau, Belzec, Chelmno, Majdanek, Sobibor, and Treblinka.
Large-scale murder by gas and body
disposal through cremation were conducted systematically by the Nazis and Adolf Hitler's SS men.
Victims were deported to these centers from Western Europe and from the ghettos in Eastern Europe
which the Nazis had established. In addition, millions died in the ghettos and concentration camps
as a result of forced labor, starvation, exposure, brutality, disease, and
Background on the World War II Memorial being built in Washington, D.C. Describes the project's purpose and development. Includes pictures of the design and of the building site. Maintained by the American Battle Monuments Commission.
The European holocaust Memorial holds the last remainses for the largest concentration camp commands
on the former Nazi-German empire ground e.g. five ruins of concentration camp bunkers and the
last traces of concentration camp earth huts.
The Wright Museum is a one of-a-kind non-profit institution dedicated to teaching present and future generations about
the conditions on and the contributions of the American Home Front during the Second World War (1939-1945).
The Caen Memorial was born out of the desire to create a place for reflecting on wars on the basis of the experience of the memorable events that took place in Caen and the region
during the summer of 1944.
The Museum shows the course of events during the Battle of Arnhem. It took place in September 1944 and covered the area between the centre of Arnhem and Ede. The 'Battle for the Rhine Bridge' was part of the operation 'Market Garden'. British, American and Polish airborne forces were to capture the bridges over rivers and waterways from the Belgian border to Arnhem.
The Memorial with its permanent exhibition on the Mauthausen concentration camp and its satellite camps, is one of the most
important "places of political learning" in Austria. The site form the core of this "place of commemoration".
The museum houses a permanent exhibition on the history of camp Westerbork.
In 1942 Camp Westerbork was designated 'transit camp': a temporary abode for Dutch Jews
and others whom the Nazis wanted to destroy.
The collection you will find at The Air Museum spans from the early gliders to more modern jets.
The Air Museum "Planes of Fame" is an aviation museum that is dedicated to the
preservation, perpetuation and exhibition of historical aircraft, and to the men and women, both famous and unknown, who
devoted their lives to flight.