Do I want to remember this world upside down? Where the departed are blessed with an instant death. While the living condemned to a short wretched life, And a long tortuous journey into an unnamed place, Converting Living Souls, into ashes and gas. No. I Have to Remember and Never Let You Forget.   From I Cannot Forget, a poem by Alexander Kimel - A Holocaust Survivor
Some links that may be of use:
Information About the Holocaust:
A "Cybrary" of the Holocaust
An amazingly extensive site including virtual tours of concentration camps, testimonies of witnesses, and much more.
Nizkor Holocaust Educational Resource
Another very helpful site. Nizkor is a Hebrew word which means "We will remember."
Contains links to literature about and related to the Holocaust. Created by Al Filreis of the University of Pennsylvania.
Devoted to those who helped Jewish people escape persecution
Holocaust Home Page
Many links to Holocaust information
Simon Wiesenthal Center
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Kaddish - The Jewish Mourners' Prayer
Information About The Spanish Inquisition:
The Kaddish in Hebrew, in English, and in Real Audio
A short history from North Park University
The Spanish Inquisition
Gives a complete history of The Spanish Inquisition
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