The Holocaust was the systematic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews, planned, directed, and executed by the National Socialist (Nazi) regime of Germany and its collaborators from 1933-1945.
Here you will find some resources for researching the people, places, and history of the Holocaust.
An excellent place to start is by going to the websites of large Holocaust museums and searching through any bibliographies they have. A great example is the bibliographies from The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Encyclopedias can be an excellent place to start your research. Here are some good choices for starting your research on the Holocaust.
Here are some strategies to find information about specific people:
Here are some strategies to find information about specifics towns, cities, and villages: