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The Rescue of the Danish Jews

It is one of the great untold stories of World War II: In 1943, in the German occupied Denmark, the Danes find out that all 7,500 Danish Jews are about to be rounded up and deported to German death camps. The Danish people make their own decision: it's not going to happen ..


 
 
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  • In Danish - Danmark I Krig

  • A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust

  • Court TV: A Look Back at Nuremberg

  • Cybrary of the Holocaust

  • David Dickerson Holocaust Resources

  • Dinur Center for the Study of Jewish History

  • Documents, the Holocaust War Crimes and Genocide

  • The Einsatzgruppen

  • Fortunoff Video Archive - Yale University

  • The Holocaust Chronicle web site

  • Holocaust Guide at about.com

  • H-Holocaust

  • The Holocaust History Project

  • The Holocaust\Shoah Page

  • Holocaust - A true story

  • Humor as a defense mechanism in the Holocaust

  • The Jewish Student Online Research Center

  • The Kindertransport Organization Home Page

  • Lives, The Biography Resource

  • Literature of the Holocaust

  • March of the Living

  • The Nizkor Project

  • Non-Jewish Victims of the Holocaust

  • The Nuremberg War Crimes Trials

  • Online Holocaust Magazine

  • The Patrin Web Journal - Roma in the Holocaust

  • Polish Jews in World War II

  • Shtetl

  • The Simon Wiesenthal Center

  • Teaching the Holocaust through Stamps

  • Virtual Library Geschichte: Drittes Reich

  • Women And The Holocaust

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