International Holocaust Remembrance Day marks the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp on January 27, 1945. Learn about and remember the victims of the Holocaust with these books, movies, community events and exhibits, and online resources.
Community & Recorded Events
- Holocaust Center for Humanity | Upcoming Events - Throughout the year, the Center hosts numerous events online, in-person at their Seattle museum, and with partners around Washington state.
- International Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemorative Program - The National WWII Museum will be holding a commemorative event on January 27. Watch the event live through Vimeo.
- Finding Light in the Darkness - This interactive virtual exhibit from The Holocaust Center for Humanity uses artifacts and firsthand accounts to tell the story of Washington State Holocaust survivors.
- Holocaust Remembrance Day | U.S. National Archives - The National Archives (NARA) is the international epicenter of Holocaust-related research. NARA holds millions of records created or received by the U.S. Government during and after World War II.
- Gale in Context: World History and World Book Student - Find articles and information from verified sources to help deepen your understanding of the Holocaust and World War II.
- Introduction to the Holocaust | Holocaust Encyclopedia - Hosted by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, this virtual resource contains more than 850 articles about the Holocaust, antisemitism, and current-day mass atrocities in 19 languages.
Books & Movies
Learn more about the holocaust with these titles for kids, teens and adults, or browse our entire collection.