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Holocaust Research Project Launches Education Topic on Ulitzer. The aim of H.E.A.R.T is to inform and educate people about the Holocaust and the extermination programs conducted by the Nazi regime throughout Europe during the Second World War. H.E.A.R.T research and material is contributed from a group of independent Holocaust researchers who devote their spare time to research for the production of this website and other forms of related publications, such as leaflets and books. H.E.A.R.T is run by its trustees and directors, who manage the daily administration of the website, review all research materials, fact checking, and addressing any required corrections. Most materials presented on the H.E.A.R.T website originate in Poland, Germany, the former Soviet Union, and the United Kingdom as well as from private sources in the USA and other countries. H.E.A.R.T cu... (more)

The Belzec Death Camp Album

                                        Belzec Death Camp Images                                                                                         www.HolocaustResearchProject.org     [Next] [Last]   2004 Memorial path - Belzec 508 X 383 40 KB Aerial Map of Belzec 1 800 X 516 69 KB Aerial Map of Belzec 2 566 X 488 95 KB An SS man on the staff of the Belzec camp, posing in front of the flour mill used as an assembly place for Jews deported to the camp. 379 X 580 68 KB Anna Imich killed at Belzec 98 X 129 4 KB Artist Painting of SS at Belzec 308 X 195 21 KB Artist Painting of the Bel... (more)

The Sonderkommando Revolt at Auschwitz!

Sonderkommando Revolt – Auschwitz – Birkenau 7 October 1944  www.HolocaustResearchProject.org    Sonderkommando burning corpses in an open air pit at Birkenau The Sonderkommando or ("Special Command Units') were Jewish prisoners who were forced to work in the death camps at the grisly task of burning of the corpses of those already murdered by the Nazi's.   For periods lasting  from two to four month's these units worked under hellish conditions until they themselves were liquidated by the Germans, and the first task of their replacements was to dispose of the bodies of the pr... (more)

The Kindertransports

The Kindertransports   A Jewish child resting enroot from Nazi Germany The history of the Kindertransports is a poignant tale of rescue, separation,  loss and integration following the persecution of the Jews in the Nazi Reich and countries annexed by the Germans during the latter part of 1938.   Following the Kristallnacht outrage against the Jews on the 9 November 1938 as a response to what was happening to the Jews in the Reich a debate was held in the House of Commons as a direct result of an appeal by the British Jewish Refugee Committee.   The British Government had j... (more)

Himmler in Minsk

Himmler in Minsk   Learn more about the Minsk Ghetto [Here]       Himmler visits a POW camp in Minsk SS – Obergruppenfuhrer Karl Wolff who served as Himmler’s adjutant recalled that during a trip to Minsk on 15 August 1941 recalled that Himmler “asked to see a shooting operation,” and Einsatzgruppe B Commander Nebe arranged such an execution of 100 people, 98 men and 2 women.   Wolff was present at this action and he remembered how Himmler, just before the firing was to begin, walked up to a doomed man and put a few questions to him.   Are you a Jew?   Yes.  Are both y... (more)