- Rambi - A selective list of articles in various fields of Jewish Studies and the study of Eretz Israel and the State of Israel collected from thousands of journals, an dfrom collections of articles in Hebrew letters, Latin or Cyrillic and of repreints which are sent by researchers. The database is updated on a daily basis.
- Museum of Tolerance Online - A multimedia Learning Center
- North American Immigrant Letters, Diaries, and Oral Histories - Full text of letters, diaries, autobiographies, and oral histories of immigrants to American and Canada. Covers 1840 to present, but heaviest focus is on 1920.
- Oxford Bibliographies Online: Jewish Studies - Comprehensive database offering articles on all facets of Jewish Studies broken down by subject areas and their componets.
- Yad Vashem - The Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority (Jerusalem). See "Digital Collections" section.
- YIVO: Institute for Jewish Research - An online photographic catalog.
- JSTOR- America Jewry - Essays in American Jewish history.
American Jewish Historical Society - Founded in 1892, the mission of the American Jewish Historical Society is to foster awareness and appreciation of the American Jewish heritage and to serve as a national scholarly resource for research through the collection, preservation and dissemination of materials relating to American Jewish history.
The American Jewish Historical Society is the oldest national ethnic historical organization in the United States. The Society’s library, archives, photograph, and art and artifacts collections document the American Jewish experience.
- American Sephardi Federation - The American Sephardi Federation was officially organized in 1973. The founders envisioned an organization that would strengthen and organize the religious and cultural activities of Sephardic Jews, and preserve the Sephardic heritage, tradition and culture in the United States and throughout the world. These founders were also determined to assist Sephardic charitable, cultural, religious and educational institutions; assist in the publication of books and literature dealing with the Sephardic culture and tradition; disseminate information and strengthen the ties with the State of Israel.
- Yeshiva University Museum - Since its founding in 1973, Yeshiva University Museum’s changing exhibits have celebrated the culturally diverse intellectual and artistic achievements of 3,000 years of Jewish experience. The Museum provides a window into Jewish culture around the world and throughout history through its acclaimed multi-disciplinary exhibitions and award-winning publications. By educating audiences of all ages with dynamic interpretations of Jewish life, past and present, along with wide-ranging cultural offerings and programs, the Museum attracts young and old, Jewish and non-Jewish audiences.
- Adolf Eichmann Trials - Complete Transcipt. Also available in print in Wells Research Collections JX5441 .E3 I87 1992.
- Conditions and Politics in Occupied Western Europe, 1940-1945 - Digitized collection of intelligence reports received by the British Foreign Office, includes an indepth report on the destruction of Jewish Communities.
- Cybrary of the Holocaust - Remember.org (A Cybrary of the Holocaust) is an educational community of contributors (survivors, liberators, historians, and authors), sharing the best research resources and stories through art, photography, painting, audio/video, and remembrance.
- Documents on Germany, 1944-1985 - U.S. Government Documents. Online through HathiTrust, print copy available in Wells Research Collections, E183.8 .G3 D62 1985
- Foreign Broadcast Information Service Daily Reports, 1941-1996 - Collection of news reports from all over the world, compiled and translated into English by the US Government.
- Holocaust History Project - The Holocaust History Project is a free archive of documents, photographs, recordings, and essays regarding the Holocaust, including direct refutation of Holocaust-denial.
- Holocaust/Shoah - Good collection of links to Holocaust-related web resources.
- Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies Resource Center - The Institute for Holocaust & Genocide Studies at Raritan Valley Community College promotes tolerance, understanding, and compassion to ensure goodness will prevail over evil; serves as a repository of Holocaust and genocide literature and audio/visual materials with outreach services; and evokes reflection and remembrance while encouraging active community participation to build a more humane society.
- The Jewish People from Holocaust to Nationhood: Archives of the Central British Fund for Jewish Relief, 1933-1960 - Massive collection of documents about the plight of Jewish refugees during and after the Holocaust.
- Nuremberg Trials - Selection of documents from the trials, but for a more complete and authoritative set of documents check out Nuremberg War Crime Trials on CD in Government Documents (Second floor of Wells Library East Tower).
- Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust - An overview of the people and events of the Holocaust through photographs, documents, art, music, movies, and literature.
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum - Has a huge collection of photographs, documents, taped testimonies, oral histories, etc. Some of this material is available online (including 14,000 photographs); tapes/transcripts can be ordered from the web page.
- University of Michigan Holocaust Survivor Oral Histories - "Interviews" section includes transcripts of interviews with Holocaust survivors.
Ottoman Empire Resources:
- Ottoman Empire Bibliography - Jewish Religion and Jews in the Ottoman Empire: a Selected Bibliography.
- Ottoman Sephardic Genealogy: An Introduction - This Introduction provides tools, techniques, and resources for researching genealogy of Ottoman Sephardim.
- Google Scholarly articles - Google Scholar results using the keywords: ottoman+empire+jews+academic+sources.
- Digitized Ladino Library - Stanford University as part of their Sephardic Studies Project has digitized a number of Ladino texts and manuscripts providing easy online access to scholars and students.
- De la Bataille Judaïque by Flavius Josephus Digital copy provided by the New York Public Library. Printed c1513AD in Old French, originally published c75AD.
Sound and Video:
- Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies - Collection of over 4,400 videotaped interviews with witnesses and survivors of the Holocaust. Go to "View Edited Programs".
- First Person: Conversation with Holocaust Survivors - Podcast series features interviews with Holocaust survivors.
- Birmingham Holocaust Education Center - List of Holocaust testimony resources.