Holocaust Remembrance Day
Image of Bronja Meniuk, an orphan of the Holocaust who was granted permission and emigrated to the United States by plane on May 4, 1951.
The National Archives holds and provides access to millions of records created or received by the U.S. Government during and after World War II that document Nazi war crimes, wartime refugee issues, and activities and investigations of U.S. Government agencies.
Most Requested Images. A Sampling of Holocaust-Era Images
Roosevelt Library, April 24, 2017. On Holocaust Remembrance Day, the FDR Library will announce the establishment of the Henry Morgenthau Holocaust Project, a curatorial project to identify Holocaust-related materials at the Roosevelt Library. The collection features the Morgenthau Diaries, records of the War Refugee Board, and the recently opened personal, professional, and scholarly papers of Rudolf Vrba, Auschwitz escapee and co-author of the Vrba-Wetzler Report.
April 2, 2017 - Screening of the documentary NOT the Last Butterfly
April 25, 2017 - Acting Library Director Timothy Rives will speak on “Ike and the Holocaust” at Kansas Wesleyan University
George W. Bush Library
President Obama press release
Holocaust-Era Assets: A Finding Aid to Records at the National Archives at College Park, MD - comprehensive Finding Aid by Dr. Greg Bradsher, senior archivist and World War II expert
“Safehaven Report Number Four,” NARA document that ignited the Swiss Banks/Nazi Gold investigations
International Research Portal for Records Related to Nazi-Era Cultural Property
Records of the Interagency Working Group (IWG), created to assist in implementing the Nazi War Crimes Disclosure Act of 1998, the “largest congressionally mandated declassification project in U.S. history.”