In the profiling process of each individual soldier, the military might use information that indicates rage and violent, to match up with their demands of charateristic traits of a potential good reliable attendant. Most women are more capable of creating multiple personality systems because of the way their minds processing data. And the fact is that men are more aggressive, so the percentage of women who are sodomized and become perpetrators is far lower than the percentage of men who become perpetrators.
This could potential be related to the difference between female and male hormones, the female fermone and male testosterone.
I need to research this further.. Anyhow my theory is based on the female and male male hormones, supported by the effect the very same hormones has on a great deal of things within the individual characteristic, personality, thinking, acts, feelings, reactions. It divides males from females. Australian woman Fiona Barrett showed a ton of courage in going public at a Sydney press conference in October and naming names. Fiona, a former victim of Satanic ritual abuse and part of an international VIP pedophile ring , not only exposed the existence of the Satanic pedophilia network and its international child trafficking ring, but actually named 3 former Australian Prime Ministers and 1 former US President as perpetrators.
These latter ones are trained and expected to become the perpetrators and future administrators of it. Fiona has had flashbacks to being abused as young as the age of 2. Barrett also mentions the brave Aussie politician Franca Arena, who got up in Parliament under parliamentary privilege and said there is a large pedophile ring involving politicians, judges, doctors and media moguls. She also recalls being at Bohemian Grove. On one occasion she was in a pink bubble room and raped. Stanislaus a Catholic Jesuit school. She mentions Kim Beazley Sr. After that, they pulled out the unborn child, chopped it up with a knife, put it on a gold platter, and proceed to do a type of dark communion or Eucharist.
Then, the entire crowd of Satanists, who were sexually aroused by everything that had just taken place, broke out into a bloody orgy. Lastly, Beazley forced her to take a bite of one of the decapitated heads….
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The answer is simple: Satanism is most definitely involved in it — in fact, it is the driving force behind it. Then, filled with this Satanic energy such as during rituals at Bohemian Grove , these adherents commit all sorts of perverted acts such as rape, necrophilia, torture, murder, sacrifice and cannibalism. Fiona states that only bloodliners can make it to the top. These people come from the 13 or so Illumanti bloodlines as exposed by Fritz Springmeier, David Icke and other researchers.
It lies at the heart of the international child trafficking ring and the New World Order. They are inter-related, and they are bound together by bloodlines and Satanism — with pedophilia, rape, murder, war and genocide to follow. Satanic black magic rules the world. Only when enough of us truly grasp the enormity, horror and shock of this fundamental truth — now exposed by a mountain of evidence and a ton of whistleblowers and victims — can we hope to heal it by bringing these psychopaths to justice and restoring some semblance of honesty, peace and freedom to our world.
Posted by Makia Freeman on February 12, You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry. From Angie QLD. Shame on you! My name is Makia Freeman. I believe strongly that this kind of material must be published and freedom of speech must be respected if we are to uncover the horror of what is happening and restore justice to the world. Obviously, I have no respect for pedophiles, who prey upon the innocent, whether they are conservative politicians, progressive politicians or clergymen like Pell.
The Catholic Church is pedophile central:. This article and others are truly sad for those involved but I hesitate to accept the claim of Satanism. When looking through the evidence presented by Icke, Sitchin and the like it is easy to see that all religion is a farce and there is no satan — or god — like mankind has been led to believe. The stories of Enki and Enlil specifically set these two up as the duality of good versus evil and the organization known as the brotherhood of the snake was started by Enki the benevolent alien but was eventually over run by the Enlil clan which has molded what we call modern religion; god and satan in a battle of supremacy of earth.
However, there are some kind of dark forces these New World Order manipulators are praying to. Whether these forces are actual physical beings extraterrestrials like Reptilians or energetic, non-physical beings like the Archons , or a mixture of both, is an open question that is still being investigated. There is evidence of both. I think you did a fantastic job of putting all this together in a concise yet revealing article. I have come to believe this is true after researching The New World Order the Reptilian connection and the fact our puppet masters are all satanists and they are all either gay or bi.
I appear in the midst of this. Heard of Reina Michaelson, left, divine, bartett years ago when living in Maldon and peodophillia started streaming for over an hour while feds got it right. Taken to court for driving 11 km under speed limit wrong limit assumed by local policeman of 25 years same day Gaia guys were scentenced. Rituals in the bush viewable from my windows. Bizzare, extreme. I got another gigof the stuff delivered to my new front door 2 years ago. I donow. Suffering for the children.
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Find terry flydd. It is true and you can believe it. You can find a free pdf of it online. Kenny Of course it has to do with Satanism! Only this is, what makes sense! Anyway, I am a traditional catholic but do not join the modern mass and church! Satan is real and a hell exists! Which is the logic justice of god, who will punish the perpetrators for ever!
And it will never ever stop! Get a grasp of the Englsh language before you go tooting your religious horn. Read the Franklin Cover-Up by John DeCamp for more information on the wide spread child abuse by top people and the cover-up. It is truly disgusting and inhuman behaviour. Dick Yardley.
Many are told they are in the highest level. But the real highest level are only the elite satanists. It also includes extra documents and information. From her silent years to the cape talk radio show of ,and beyond through Max Clifford associates,and onto newspaper articles in ,and her involvement with Operation Yewtree police and Interpol in ,and the official case report to SA police authorities in ,and then up to date with last minute scuppered Daily Mail articles and appearances on the CBS Dr Phil Show in it is clear that there are NOW certain people trying to silence HER.
TSMM-march I need to talk with Fiona. I translate it into Turkish. We need to END the rothschild hold on international finances…everything else will be dismantled from that point on! Thank you Makia.
What a subject. No one in their right mind would actually believe any of this. Except that it is probably the truth. That is scary. It does explain why the Great Unwashed do not stand a chance. This pervasive evil is like a cancer eating away at humanity. By the way Makia, I love how you are handling the publishing of ideas issue. You are the new way of doing things. Thank you. Has nobody else put two and two together? Connect the dots people. Not to be funny but is there any proof of any of this. All these people are dead and anyone could say anything about them like this and have no physical evidence to backup their claims.
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It is the denial of anything out of the ordinary. Atheism, secularism, liberalism, and even Christianity have this in spades. Of course, the others are worse…claiming that nothing exists but what you see with your own eyes. Problem with that is they believe in the atom, mars, jupiter and Antartica…even though they have never seen them with their own eyes. Normalcy bias is just a term for people refusing to believe in something they are afraid of.
Christs kingdom is, as he said, not of this world. It all makes sense now, no wonder the Australian government is spreading its legs for Islam just like the UK, Islamists loves rooting little kids, sodomy, rape etc. I have always wondered why the Prime Minister that opened the doors to Islam did so. Pedos will be the first to convert, any one that converts to worship Mohamed is a pedo.
The overwhelming majority of Muslims are neither terrorists nor pedophiles, and want peace. You are either with them or ignorant Mr. Stop doing these deceptive propaganda for them. Pedophilia is a disease spreading in the west like fire. Just take a look at the Palestinians children picking up rocks to fight Israeli tank.
What have you done to do your part? Muslims are the only group that will not bend to Freemason or Illuminati. The Muslims coming to your country are running from a war waged by these satanists. They fabricated lies to invade Irak, even after the truth came out, they are still bombing the civilian population. There is a global war waged on innocent people by the Satanists, the ones who think they are a cut above the rest of us.
Stop masturbating and start fighting. Whistleblower Reply. There are massive Muslim paedophile rings in Northern English towns. Disgusting abuse. Immigrants from Pakistan and Somalia. Jenn Reply. Dr Gojer Julian of Toronto Convicted of Drugging and raping two woman and killing a third one with the drugs he used to render his victims unconscious before raping them. Date fall of Psychiatrist gets off with a slap on the wrist and works as a psychiatrist regardless of criminal negligence against him. R belenkas. Very interesting comment and you are correct much about Jinn..
I understand you very well,but YOU have to understand that many of those you worked on were ET from another dimension. PV Reply. I do not even know who is more demented — the people who committed these terrible satanic rituals or commentators under this topic. Steven Reply. How programmed or plain dumb are you people??
How more clear do you need it to be?? They worship the fake Anti-Christ one in most churches. I HATE all fake religions. Worship God directly. Read the King James bible. No time now. Dr D Reply. Faith Reply. Pedophiles are using Facebook to sell children for sex and to sell videos and pictures of children being abused.
I have been investigating this I just recently started learning about facebooks involvement because it is connected to personal harassment I have suffered for the last few years. My harassment is connected to a doctor who runs an online forum. He also works as a therapist in NYC and is a published author. After posting on his forum I was harassed, which I originally believed was strictly due to a personal issue.
However it recently became clear that this doctor was participating and helping in my harassment.
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I believe that the reason for his participation is an attempt to cover up criminal activity. I recently posted some of the evidence proving the doctors involvement in this on my twitter account on Sept. After posting this evidence the number of views impressions to my twitter account rose dramatically. For those unfamiliar with Twitter I will explain — twitter has a feature that shows you the number of impressions each tweet received. So on a small account such as mine, which has followers, I should only have about 50 impressions or less per tweet unless there are retweets or other factors to boost the numbers.
However, on the tweets which provide evidence, I have over inoressions…. I have no idea if this group is law enforcement or the criminals themselves. And I agree that those of us who have experienced anything out of the ordinary are treated as though we are mentally ill and we are not taken seriously. It is another level of abuse. Not Your Business Reply. If these people are so powerful and so elite in the world in control of everything, how is this woman able to come forward and reveal all this information without any retribution?
Well guess what mate,Fiona Barnett now has gone missing feared dead! That speaks volumes mate! Overall, this is one of the main reasons why I hate Cardinal George Pell-a real pompous old turd! Adavale Storeman Reply. This is a horrible situation! David Howard Reply. Lina Reply. Modern society is a cult based on Cabalist Judaism. President John F. Something needs to be done about these fucking pieces of shit. It makes me enraged that this allowed to go on and the public turns a blind eye.
The world needs to get up and organize. Emerald Reply. Are there people on this commentary who have family links with Freemasons here in New Zealand? My grandfather was one and my uncle was a grand master under the Scottish rite. My grandfather was a dark and evil. I did not show any interest. Things are going to change.. The Manipulation of the Definition of Anti-Semitism. Go into nature.. The UN is facing mounting pressure to act against weapons systems — likely to be battle ready soon — that can identify and destroy targets without human control.
Twenty-two countries, mostly those with smaller military budgets and lesser technical know-how, have called for an outright ban, arguing that automated weapons are by definition illegal as every individual decision to launch a strike must be made by a human. The ICRC has not called for a ban, but Lawland warned that some kind of action was needed as the technology was moving fast. The lines between the digital and the physical are intertwined. We witness, and are part of, the amalgamation of machines and organic matter.
Human forms are able to be generated at will on screens through the use of code. Debates about the future of humans have reached a point where the possibilities of immortality are being framed as memories seen as data in the mind that could be uploaded on to a computer. This has resulted in the post-internet, post-Anthropocene and, arguably, posthuman reality that we inhabit today. Embedded within these debates is that of fears and excitement related to artificial intelligence. Our imaginings of human forms and sensibilities have evolved and expanded with developments in digital technologies and machinery.
Artwork by Troy Ford, who describes his work as post-internet psychic chaos, presents how digital evolutions have allowed for a way to think about the human form in the digital space. He presents these digitised human forms engaging in activities and thinking about emotions such as love. The screen is the medium through which we see this play out. Developments in artificial intelligence have caught the attention of the business and art sectors, as well as the public.
This involves the potential it has to enhance aspects of life including healthcare, education, communications, leisure activities and other services. But there have been concerns raised regarding fairness, accountability and its alignment with larger societal goals and values. Fears are related to superintelligence, referring to machines being able to think in ways that humans are unable to comprehend. Fears are also related to how AI innovations are regulated or not , as well as who sets the boundaries for this kind of monitoring.
The overarching concern is how it will affect the future of life and human existence. Since the s there has been an emphasis on growing the potential of AI. The first strand of AI, which is often associated with fears, is one that attempts to build computer systems able to replicate human behaviour.
In the fourth subfield of AI, human beings attempt to handle tasks that are difficult for computers. But according to experts, we will soon see…. Given the way in which AI has been portrayed in movies and well-known tech and science leaders expressing their concern for the reasons for its development, this could have perhaps set the tone for our imaginations about how it could lead to either utopia or dystopia. Sophia smiles, makes jokes and has had her? The cables at the back of her head are a reminder that she is in fact a machine that has been constructed, but her?
Hanson is known to possess the desire to create machines that can learn creativity, empathy and compassion and so his work falls into the category of AI that is attempting to replicate human traits and behaviour in machines. Sophia has met business leaders, had media interviews and been on the cover of a fashion magazine, as well as appearing on stage as a panel member on robotics and AI. Sophia has also been granted citizenship by Saudi Arabia. Although it is important to think about the potential effects this could have on employment and economies, it is also necessary to draw attention to the way in which this has an effect on identity politics and how we construct our understandings of what it means to be human.
If our memories are interpreted as data that can potentially be uploaded on to a computer, does our understanding of living, dying and spirit become reconfigured or obsolete? Is our world slowly becoming an episode of Black Mirror? What if AIs began influencing our decision-making without our knowledge? Artificial Intelligence, AI, is a lovely idea. It helps us translate languages, diagnoses illness more efficiently than a human doctor and finds new music for you based on your previous selections. A risk analysis program used by US courts was found to be mistakenly labelling black prisoners as being twice as likely to re-offend as their white counterparts.
Another program used by some US police departments got stuck in a feedback loop that led to the over-policing of black and brown neighbourhoods. Echoing the sentiment was Sandra Wachter, a researcher in data ethics and algorithms at the University of Oxford. Fixing the problem is proving to be a little trickier than simply calling in the IT guy. As AI learns and adapts from its original coding it becomes more complex and opaque.
Last month Facebook had to shut down an experiment after two of its AI programs developed a language that only they could understand. While still a hypothetical issue at this point, the danger demonstrated here was clear: What if prejudiced AIs began communicating with each other and influencing our decision-making without our knowledge?
He maintained that, in principle, systems could be put in place to detect bias in an AI. Google se compromete a no usar inteligencia artificial para armas o vigilancia. El sesgo en los conjuntos de datos puede causar que la IA se descarrile. Google pledges not to use artificial intelligence for weapons or surveillance AI system can detect, identify and count wild animals in their natural habitats: Study Norman, an artificial intelligence AI system created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT , only thinks about murder.
The reason: Norman has been specifically trained as a psychopath. Bias in data-sets can cause AI to go awry. These tweets formed the data-set from which Tay learnt its conversations, and soon had to be shut down. Tay was introduced in March , and in less than a day had gone rogue. The reason: they want to show what happens when an AI models is deliberately fed with the wrong data or when there is a bias in the data-set being used to train the model.
MIT also says no real image of a real person dying was used in this experiment. Across the inkblot tests, Norman was shown to have negative tendencies compared to its standard AI counterpart. The results from this MIT bot shows that a machine is learning algorithm itself might not be the reason for malfunctioning bots. The idea of bias in data-sets which are fed to many of the machine learning-based systems is not new. In fact, Google in its principles of AI, said it will try and avoid bias when creating AI and machine learning system.
Norman is one example of how AI-based technologies can go completely wrong if the data allows for the same. Serge was in Canada. The other Canadian journalist was visiting Ireland. His daughter was never returned. Pseudo-heart attacks are one of the alleged methods of death induced by Project Blue Beam. A required companion piece to this article is an astoundingly accurate prophetic discourse presented by Serge in to the Canadian Free Press of Quebec, Canada.
His children were home-schooled, so the authorities took his eight year old daughter away, then his seven year old son was taken, as they said the parents were abusing them emotionally by stopping the children going to a State school. The father was then arrested, and s pent the night in jail. This brave man has left a wife, who now has no family. Pray that she can get her little ones back. Our source said that the Canadian investigator, Serge Monast, wrote to her in Australia not long ago, saying he had been threatened many times, and did not except to survive. We must remember that the new age religion is the very foundation for the new world government , without which religion the dictatorship of the new world order is completely impossible.
That is why the Blue Beam Project is so important to them, but has been so well hidden until now. The falsification of this information will be used to make all nations believe that their religious doctrines have been misunderstood for centuries and misinterpreted. By those types of earthquakes, it will be possible for scientists to rediscover those arcane mysteries which will be used to discredit all fundamental religious doctrines. This is the first preparation for the plan for humanity because what they want to do is destroy the beliefs of all Christians and Muslims on the planet.
These computers were fed, as well, with the languages of all human cultures and their meanings. The dialects of all cultures have been fed into the computers from satellite transmissions. The Soviets began to feed the computers with objective programs like the ones of the new messiah.
The space show, the holographic images will be used in a simulation of the ending during which all nations will be shown scenes that will be the fulfillment of that which they desire to verify the prophecies and adversary events. These will be projected from satellites onto the sodium layer about 60 miles above the earth. Enough truth will be foisted upon an unsuspecting world to hook them into the lie. The Blue Beam Project will pretend to be the universal fulfillment of the prophecies of old , as major an event as that which occurred 2, years ago.
In principle, it will make use of the skies as a movie screen on the sodium layer at about 60 miles as space-based laser-generating satellites project simultaneous images to the four corners of the planet in every language and dialect according to the region. It deals with the religious aspect of the new world order and is deception and seduction on a massive scale.
Computers will coordinate the satellites and software already in place will run the sky show. Holographic images are based on nearly identical signals combining to produce an image or hologram with deep perspective which is equally applicable to acoustic ELF, VLF and LF waves and optical phenomena. Specifically, the show will consist of multiple holographic images to different parts of the world, each receiving a different image according to the specific national, regional religion.
Not a single area will be excluded. With computer animation and sounds appearing to emanate from the very depths of space, astonished ardent followers of the various creeds will witness their own returned messiahs in convincing lifelike reality. Then the projections of Jesus, Mohammed, Buddha, Krishna, etc. This one god will, in fact, be the Antichrist, who will explain that the various scriptures have been misunderstood and misinterpreted, and that the religions of old are responsible for turning brother against brother, and nation against nation, therefore old religions must be abolished to make way for the new age new world religion, representing the one god Antichrist they see before them.
Naturally, this superbly staged falsification will result in dissolved social and religious disorder on a grand scale, each nation blaming the other for the deception, setting loose millions of programmed religious fanatics through demonic possession on a scale never witnessed before. In addition, this event will occur at a time of profound worldwide political anarchy and general tumult created by some worldwide catastrophe. If we put this space show in parallel with the star wars program we get this: combination of electromagnetic radiation and hypnosis which have also been the subject of intensive research.
In , for instance, researcher G. It may be expected that the rationalized behavior will be considered to have been taken out of their own free will. It is uncanny how similar their messages are, despite which entity they claim to be their source of divine guidance. It would suggest any individual considering the credibility of channelled information should be discerning and critically evaluate where the message they are receiving originates, and if the messages are specifically beneficial to the new world order.
The Sydney Morning newspaper published an item on March 21st, which announced that the Soviets were invading the human mind, the article having been submitted to the foreign editor by Doctor Nathan Abnuengy , assistant professor in the faculty of agriculture in Asia. It is worth quoting the article at length even though his grammar is a little old.
This article relates to the Soviets who created the supercomputer we were discussing earlier and which is really important because these types of computers can be run through satellites and through space. The computers were fed with all the different languages and their meanings, the dialect of all peoples were fed to the computers with objective programs. But we are no longer talking about the Soviets; we are talking about the United Nations , the minions of the new world order, who are feeding the computers with the necessary information. The editor of the column in which the article appeared even states that the piece made points too important to ignore.
I think it is possible that the persons who have created this mega-mind-control-program could sell the software to an organization and not be aware that the client might use the program and data to enslave all of humankind. Just imagine how far they have advanced since that article was published! Such rays from satellites are fed from the memories of computers that have stored massive data about every human on earth , and their languages. The rays will then interlace with their natural thinking to form what we call diffuse artificial thought.
That kind of technology goes into the s, s, and s research where the human brain has been compared to a computer. Information is fed in, processed, integrated and then a response is formulated and acted upon. Mind controllers manipulate information the same way a computer for grammar manipulates information. It means this: We refer to one paper that was delivered at the conference which stands out for its different attitude towards the development under discussion at that time.
It was, in effect, a protest and chilling warning to the attending scientists about the potential abuse of their research findings. Their findings, of course, stated that the United States has already developed communications equipment which can make the blind see, the deaf hear and the lame walk. It can relieve the terminally ill from pain without the use of drugs or surgery. A man might retain the use of all his faculties right up to the moment of his death.
This communications equipment depends upon a completely new way of looking at the human brain and neuromuscular systems and radiation pulses at ultra-low frequencies. It will never be used to make the blind see, the deaf hear and the lame walk because it is central to the domestic political agenda and foreign policy of George Bush and his puppet-masters of the new world order. Additionally, there has been a long series of bizarre suicides among British computer scientists, all of whom have had some connection to the United States Navy.
What is possible to ask before such a psychology of terror is this: would any government, corporation or psychiatrist wilfully promote such horror today? Government agencies and the corporations that work with them toward a new world order are prepared to promote anything that will help them achieve their objective of total social control. As for the question of why: For one thing, if you terrify the public and make them fear for their safety, they will allow you to implement draconian law enforcement practice, disarm them and keep extensive records on them, and they only have to tell you that it is all to protect you, of course.
Secondly, it promotes the decay of the present democratic forms of political systems, and leads societies to search for alternative methods of political ideology. Of course, the alternative has already been planned. It is called the New World Order and it will not have your safety or interests at heart. This, too, is mind-control. McConnell which was published in a s issue of Psychology Today. Now, when we talked before about that kind of ray and the telepathic and electronically augmented communication, the kind of rays that are fed from the memories of computers which store massive data about humans, human language and dialects, and we said that the people will be reached from within, making each person to believe that his own god is speaking directly from within his or her own soul, we refer to that kind of technology and that kind of thinking that same psychologist was espousing, that is: we should be trained from birth that we should all do what society wants us to do rather than what we want to do for ourselves; that because they have the technology to do it, no one should now be allowed to have their own individual personality.
This statement and these ideas are important because it is the basic teaching of the United Nations that no one owns his or her own personality. Could this be the greatest mind control project ever? I would suggest you investigate this information carefully before dismissing it as fanatic lunacy. If we go further in the different reports we have presented, we find that the mind-control operations and technology include a transmitter that broadcasts at the same frequency as the human nervous-system , which transmitter is manufactured by the Loral Electro-Optical System in Pasadena, California.
Loral, a major defense contractor, has previously conducted research on directed energy weapons for Lt. Leonard Perez of the U. Air Force who was searching for a weapon that could implant messages into the minds of the enemy while urging his own troops on to superhuman deeds of valor! The device employs electromagnetic radiation of gigahertz frequencies [ microwaves ] pulsed at extremely low frequencies ELF.
It is used to torture people both physically and mentally from a distance. Weapons of this type are thought to have been used against a British woman protesting the presence of American Cruise Missiles at Greenham Common Airbase during the s. This weapon can be used to induce total sensory deprivation by broadcasting signals into the auditory nerve at such high power that it blocks the ability of the individual to hear themselves think! The process employed by such ELF technology are described in various U.
Tyler , Medical Commandant, U. Col David G. Dean , USAF. Another pulse microwave device can deliver audible signals directly to an individual while remaining undetectable to anyone else. The technology is very simple and can be built by using an ordinary police radar gun. The microwave beam generated by the device is modulated at audio frequencies and can broadcast messages directly into the brain. The broadcasting of subliminal two-way communication and images from the depths of space correspond directly to that kind of technology.
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Features information about their efforts to document the fate of former camp prisoners. Includes background information, architectural models, and photographs. Provides an overview of Jewish history in Russia and the former Soviet Union, including a section on the experiences of Russian Jews during the Holocaust. Explores the role of Serbian warlord Radovan Karadzic in the atrocities and genocide committed during the Bosnia war.
Features a detailed map of Serbian concentration camps, interviews, articles, biographical information, and more. Includes a history of the camp and information about visiting the site. Documents the history of this little-known Gestapo prison and transit camp for political inmates, which is situated in a former cloister dating back to the 12th century. Includes a detailed chronology of the camp, an introduction to the permanent exhibition, and contact information.
Features an extensive history with photographs, a listing of news updates related to the memorial sites, an archive, library, and more. Includes a schedule of upcoming events, background information on the Holocaust in Hungary, and details of the planning process for the new Museum building. Includes the Cambodian Genocide Database, that offers four distinct types of information: bibliographic, biographic, photographic, and geographic. Educates about the horrors of the Holocaust, especially the experiments on children perpetrated by Mengele and his staff at Auschwitz.
Includes a list of names of twins used for Nazi experimentation. Provides general information about the center and its permanent exhibition. Explores the center's aim to educate about the dangers of racism and prejudice in light of the Holocaust. Provides an overview of their combined collections, including the resources of the Center for Jewish History Genealogy Institute, contact information, and a calendar of events. Describes the history of the Center, the range of its library and archival holdings, its exhibits, and its ongoing activities.
Also provides a virtual tour of the memorial, an overview of the history of the Holocaust, and a searchable database of victims deported from France. Provides access to the center's database of archival, library, and photographic holdings; excerpts from its publications; and information on the events and scholarly activities it sponsors. Includes links, research articles, recipes, travel information, and current events.
Includes information on film festivals and scholarship opportunities. Provides a short biography and photograph of each of over one hundred children, most of whom became victims of the Nazi regime. Identifies and explains some of the major programs and resources for Holocaust survivors and their heirs.
Includes information on the conference's sister agency, the Committee for Jewish Claims on Austria. Provides information about relevant court documents, case summaries, instructions for how to file a claim, and a collection of frequently-asked questions. Includes a timeline of events, transcripts from the broadcast, scanned images of original documents, maps, photographs, eyewitness interviews, and links to related Web sites.
Offers browsing and keyword searches of the digital images of more than 20 journals and newspapers. Includes images of the memorial site and the full list of names. Includes articles, Web links, a database of antisemitic cartoons and photographs, and an online presentation titled "Fighting Anti-Semitism. The aim is to provide the public, governments, international organizations, and relief agencies with timely information that will help thwart or respond to genocide. The interactive feature includes links to statistical data, photos, videos, and eyewitness accounts.
Features information on the holdings of several Czech archives and a list of individuals whose properties were stolen by the Nazis. Also includes full-text articles on the Holocaust within the Czech borders as well as a summary of the proceedings of The Holocaust Phenomenon Conference, which took place in Terezin Theresienstadt and Prague in October Includes history of the area, a discussion forum, and links to outside resources.
Features a history of Dachau, as well as links to other memorial sites and international remembrance organizations. Contains press releases, human rights reports, event and action information, and Web links. Includes news reports, links to organization reports and briefings, photographs, and video and audio clips. Provides news and analysis and encourages advocacy. Presents biographical information about each young woman, an historical timeline, and links to related resources.
Also provides a teacher's guide to the film that includes the film's transcript, a glossary, a bibliography, and study questions. Includes information on Nazi racial beliefs that made the deaf and other disabled people the target of forced sterilization and euthanasia programs, along with photographs, firsthand accounts by deaf people who suffered under the Nazis, and links to related online resources. Features the full text of various reports, press releases, public remarks, and fact sheets, as well as the complete proceedings of the Washington Conference on Holocaust-Era Assets in PDF format.
Includes contact information for dormant Swiss accounts and a special informational section on slave and forced labor issues. Describes the museum's features, including an archives, library, oral history department, exhibitions, and more. Allows online users to browse some of the archival and library holdings, including a listing of more than 1, memorial yizkor books and a collection of lectures on video.
Presents current events, an online dictionary of important terms, biographies of key Jewish figures from Polish history, discussion forums, bibliographies, and links to related Web sites. Includes transcripts of interviews with members and member biographies, bibliographies, and the history of the League, accompanied by photographs, Web links, and videos.
Provides a searchable database of names and towns, along with other biographical details, where available, about individuals and families who perished. Details the history of the Warsaw Ghetto through scholarly articles, letters, and other documents, as well as historic photographs. Provides a bibliography, filmography, and a glossary. Documents the history of Sinti and Roma in Germany with emphasis on their persecution under the Third Reich.
Describes the center's exhibitions, along with its publications, lectures, concerts, and seminars. Also includes links to related resources. Describes their collections on resistance and persecution , exile, Nazi crimes, and right-wing extremism after Includes information specifically about the Anschluss and the anti-Jewish measures that followed, and provides a searchable database of more than 60, names of Austrian Jews who fell victim to the Holocaust.
Donovan, special assistant to the U. Includes Web links, family trees, databases, and photographs. Documents the history of this Upper Austrian satellite camp of Mauthausen from its opening in November to its liberation in May Includes information on the Museum of Modern History in Ebensee. Includes images of theater posters, stage design sketches, art work by imprisoned artists, biographies of camp inmates, survivor testimonies, and a bibliography of films about the camp. Features curriculum guides, teacher resources, conference papers, information about upcoming seminars and events, and a collection of links.
Includes official reports of Nazi atrocities against civilians as well as letters and telegrams describing Eisenhower's visit to the Ohrdruf concentration camp. Includes learning activities and student materials to help students explore the importance and consequences of daily decision-making. Presented by the Museum in conjunction with Ball State University. Sponsors interdisciplinary conferences on the subjects of hatred and oppression as well as an annual essay contest for college and university students.
Offers general information about the museum's exhibitions, educational programs, and remembrance services. Chronicles fifteen lesser-known camps located in the Emsland region that were designated by the Nazis as concentration camps, prison camps, military prisons, POW camps, and subcamps of Neuengamme.
Features an online publication, a newsletter about developments in Roma rights worldwide, and lists of links to related online resources. Relates the life stories of fifteen survivors originally from towns in Burgenland through brief texts, audio clips, and photographs. Includes current photographs of many Jewish historical sites in Burgenland and a collection of links to Austrian Holocaust-related organizations. Provides a title and author search engine, browsing capability, and brief publication histories for the newspapers. Includes a gallery of photographs, an analysis of the conflict, and information on the international response to the situation.
Discusses teacher and student workshops offered, classroom resources, including video and book lists, and research projects in which the organization is involved. Features an extensive list of searchable categories with links, such as family histories, cultural and religious groups, places, and more. Provides photographs, transcript excerpts, and a diagram of the courtroom.
Includes a virtual tour of the museum and exhibition space. Reproduces and describes nine of Nussbaum's paintings and provides a brief history of Nussbaum and his immediate family, all of whom perished in the concentration camps. Describes the museum's exhibitions, educational activities, membership programs, and community outreach activities. Allows online visitors to take a virtual tour of the museum's art and historical exhibitions. Details the history of the camp from its opening in May to the death march and liberation in April Provides information on the camp's victims and perpetrators, a listing of satellite camps, and information on the postwar history of the site.
Includes reproductions of historic documents and photographs, maps of the camp and its surrounding region, and links to related remembrance museums.
Describes the foundation's educational activities, publications, and archival collections. Includes an online catalog of library holdings and a set of links to Holocaust research organizations. Includes detailed information on multiple grant and funding resources available for research in France. Includes a list of firms that utilized forced labor, photographs, archival sources, and contact information.
Summarizes the groups targeted and crimes committed by the Nazi government, the historical development of war crimes trials in Austria, and the research group's efforts to microfilm trial transcripts and documentary evidence in Austrian archives. Provides access to PDF files of Forschungsstelle publications, a bibliography of war crimes law literature, and a collection of links to related Austrian government and law resources.
Includes excerpts from testimonies and various educational resources. Also provides access to the archive's online catalog that includes records of the more than 4, videotaped interviews with witnesses and survivors of the Holocaust. Offers historical background on the city's Jewish community, a brief history of the ghetto established there by the Nazis, and information on the activities of the foundation. Includes a chronology, maps, photographs, documents, and a topical index.
Sponsored by the Frankfurt am Main city government. Includes finding aids with links to the digitized images of the original articles and documents, and provides a collection of images from World War II that can be browsed or searched via keyword. Provides transcripts of selected oral history interviews and audio and video clips of survivors and liberators. Created as part of a series of digital archival collections through the joint efforts of the libraries at Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Describes the range of Institute activities, including research projects, educational pilot programs, Holocaust memorial events, exhibitions, conferences, lectures, film discussions, and the publication of Holocaust-related materials. Features a searchable database on the cinematography of the Holocaust that includes the general stock of films on the history of the extermination of European Jewry. Compares the persecution of Jews and other minorities during the Third Reich with the racism and segregation prevalent in the United States at the time.
Includes eyewitness interviews, photographs, timelines, an educational guide, a bibliography on Black-Jewish relations, and links to other online resources. Provides stories of twenty-four Holocaust survivors who settled in western North Carolina. Contains a transcript of the show, a timeline and article about Polish-Jewish relations, stories of Righteous Gentiles who save Jews from persecution, and information about the Treblinka extermination camp.
Provides information on museum exhibitions and facilities, a calendar of events, photographs, and links to other remembrance organizations. Provides a brief history of the euthanasia program and the Hadamar hospital, as well as a calendar of upcoming events at the memorial and links to other sites of interest. Features photographs, contact information, and a searchable bibliography. Includes photographs of recent events and conferences. Provides an overview of the history of Center's building, information about exhibitions on site, educational programs, political studies, research projects, upcoming events, and institutional publications.
Also offers a virtual tour of the Center's permanent exhibition, along with bibliographies and biographies that correspond to topics covered in the exhibition. Contains a newsletter, lists of activities and events, and links to similar organizations. Provides access in PDF to the newsletter Compensation News and a collection of documents related to the creation of the compensation fund and the claims process.
Includes a set of links to other Holocaust compensation organizations. Each section offers an in-depth introduction to the specific time period, primary source documents, photographs, and maps. English translations of source documents are frequently included. Includes examples of antisemitic broadsides and cartoons, speeches by various Nazi leaders, and visual materials that promoted the National Socialist agenda.
Germany — a Memorial — a Research Task to Also provides a series of maps that depict the development of the camp system throughout the war years and a bibliography of source material. Includes information on the educational activities and outreach programs of the museum complex. Contains documents, photographs, a searchable database of Holocaust victims from the area, and links to other sites with information about the town. Includes information on the ongoing efforts of the Grafeneck Memorial Committee to document the names of the victims, photographs of the memorial site, and a collection of links to related remembrance organizations.
Intended for children ages Also includes information on the communities of Lida, Olkieniki, and Vishay. Features a history of the camp and its liberation, diagrams and photographs of the site, and a description of the visitors center and exhibition. Provides discussion logs, syllabi, book reviews, professional papers, and information about related discussion lists, such as H-Holocaust. Also provides additional resources, including discussion logs, syllabi, book reviews, professional papers, and information about related discussion lists, such as H-Holocaust.
Provides additional resources on the Holocaust, including discussion logs, syllabi, book reviews, professional papers, and information about related discussion lists, such as H-German, H-Judaic, and H-Antisemitism. Features general information about the center's educational and outreach programs, and descriptions of its holdings and exhibitions. Describes the group's activities and publications as well as the history of the Foundation and its precursor, the Helsinki Committee in Poland. Features a searchable database with images, reproductions of reports published by the Committee, and descriptions of various collections among the state's holdings.
Particularly emphasizes clergy members' resistance activities against the Nazis, and the persecution of the churches, clergy or members of religious orders during the Holocaust. Includes the text of various speeches and essays, digitized images, an online catalog, and links to related sites. Includes a history of the building and its use during and after World War II.
A project of the Jewish Historical Museum. Explores the question of how much the United States knew about the Holocaust as it was occurring in Europe, and the reasons why the American press did not fully report on the persecution of Jews and other minorities in Nazi Germany and its occupied territories.
Features a historical timeline with short articles and photographs. Includes subscription information and a searchable index to abstracted articles from past issues. Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt libel trial of January and the reports filed for the defense by many eminent Holocaust historians. Allows both simple and advanced keyword searching of the site, including all transcripts, reports, and witness statements. Supplements the trial documentation with timelines on Holocaust history and the history of the Holocaust denial phenomenon. Provides information on its academic programs institutes, conferences, study tours and financial assistance to scholars.
Includes a short list of Holocaust-related links. Includes a listing of upcoming events, a collection of Web links, and information about scholarships and awards given to Maine students K Provides a topical index to the memoirs, place-name search capability, and maps created by Martin Gilbert for each memoir. Includes a study guide with thematic questions addressed by the memoirs, maps of the major concentration camps, and a brief bibliography. Presents information on the history of the Foundation and its plans to create a Holocaust memorial and museum. Features a calendar of events, description of exhibits, and listing of outreach activities.
Includes information on exhibitions, public events and lectures, services, and department contacts. Lipstadt trial in Features a timeline on Holocaust denial and revisionism, and biographies of Holocaust deniers and revisionists. Lipstadt trial. Includes a timeline of Nazi abuses, the director's story of the making of the documentary, and the film's transcript. Also provides information about Nazi medical experiments and flawed science, aimed at refuting Holocaust denial. Provides information about past and upcoming events, as well as selected readings for events, a bibliography and filmography, a collection of images, and stories by Holocaust survivors.
Describes the center's public programs, research holdings, publications, and outreach activities with educators. Provides access to the online exhibition, "Threads of Memory," featuring art-works and narratives created by a group of Holocaust survivors living in New York to memorialize craftsmen and craftswomen murdered in the Holocaust.
Features the full text of pamphlets originally published by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum on victims of National Socialism. Provides translations and digital images of the Wannsee Protocols and other documents associated with the conference, as well as photographs, information on the museum's exhibitions, the history of the villa, a list of related publications, and links to other Holocaust memorials in Germany.
Features reports on pending human rights cases, international alerts about recent human rights abuses, and a special section on the establishment of an International Criminal Court to prosecute war crimes and genocide. Also provides information on publications on international human rights law, and a series of videos chronicling human rights violations and genocide in many parts of the world. Includes information on international human rights campaigns and regional initiatives, multi-lingual divisions, and its publications. Features breaking news reports on human rights violations worldwide.
Presents key court documents from the trial, a description of benefits, and contact information for further information. Includes news stories, Web links, and a database of electronic resources. Provides an introduction to the various aspects of the exhibit, describing its focus and design, along with many of the artifacts featured. Also lists related events, film showings, publications, and links. Includes extensive information for genealogists searching for information about families from the town.
Features explanations of the term "genocide" as defined by various scholars and historians, information on conferences on genocide, news alerts, bibliographies, and a collection of links. Provides a list of Jewish genealogical societies, and addresses Holocaust-related topics, such as the role of genealogy in identifying heirs of Holocaust-era assets.
Provides claims information in 23 different languages, including Yiddish, Hebrew, and Russian. Contains links to a variety of reports, opinion pieces, analyses, news items, key documents, links to related Web sites, and suggestions for human rights advocates.
Recounts the history of the ITS from its establishment in by the Headquarters of the Allied Forces to its current management by the International Committee of the Red Cross with funding from the German government. Details the ongoing efforts of ITS to reunite families torn apart by the war and to document the compensation requests of former forced laborers and others seeking restitution from the German government. Includes downloadable forms and a list of links to related organizations. In the First Person: An index to letters, diaries, oral histories and personal narratives.
Includes audio and video testimonies and transcripts to interviews with Holocaust survivors and World War II veterans. Includes information about the making of the documentary, excerpts from the book, transcripts of testimony by rescuers and Kindertransport members, and numerous photographs. Focuses on the stories of eight families whose furnishings were confiscated and used for the benefit of the Austrian state.
Includes information on the confiscation process, along with the fate of both the owners and the goods. Irving vs.
Lipstadt libel trial as it took place in a London courtroom in the early part of This Web site includes the collected articles and reports. Chronicles the persecution of their members under the Nazi regime through a collection of online articles that originally appeared in the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society's publication, Awake!. Provides detailed guidelines for conducting genealogical research, a lengthy list of links to other online resources, and information about a host of other JewishGen groups and services. Offers a searchable online library catalog in Czech.
Includes information on the history of the museum, the educational center, the foundation of Jewish museums in Prague, and a calendar of events. Includes numerous images of partisans and stories of resistance activities. Describes the foundation's projects-in-development, including a documentary, interviews with former resistance fighters, and the expansion of the Web site.
Features a description of annual film programs about the Holocaust and their catalog of Holocaust films and videos listing historical footage, feature movies, and documentaries about the Holocaust. The Foundation leads the efforts to re-establish Jewish Cultural life in the area and sponsors the annual summer Festival of Jewish Culture. Provides detailed information about the museum's architecture, holdings, exhibitions, services, and educational programs. Features many elements that relate to Holocaust and Holocaust studies, including the building's Holocaust Tower, archival and bibliographic holdings, and artifacts that reflect German-Jewish life under the Third Reich.
Allows searches by defendant's name or outfit, method of the crime, victim's nationality, and other criteria. Documents more than Nazi trial cases conducted in West and East Germany since Includes a gallery of drawings and artwork created during the Holocaust. Includes historical background information, a synopsis of the camp's history, and curriculum guides complete with suggested activities and related resources. Also reproduces primary source documents, original images, video clips, and interview transcripts. Includes articles on various resistance groups, including bibliographies, biographies of resistance workers, posters, and photographs.
Includes a brief history of the camps, illustrations, information on the memorial's publications, and visitors information. Provides information on the development of the memorial, a calendar of events, and photographs. Includes articles about the history of the camp and ongoing efforts to commemorate those who died there.
Wagner Labor Archives. Includes numerous photographs and images, as well as a bibliography of print and archival sources. Provides information about Foundation activities, informative newsletters and excerpts from resistance-related publications, as well as numerous Web links to other research centers across Europe. Relates the history of the Kaufering complex of eleven concentration camps that surrounded Landsberg and the massive armament industries created there by prisoner labor. Describes Landsberg's postwar role as the site of both a displaced persons camp for Holocaust survivors and a prison for Nazi war criminals.
Includes photographs, a list of publications, press releases on the planned memorial, and links to regional remembrance sites. Documents works of art produced by concentration camp inmates, with a special focus on Auschwitz-Birkenau. Allows users to search for artwork by artist, title, year, nationality, medium, collection, or theme. Includes essays, interviews, and lectures in streaming video, as well as bibliographies on a wide range of topics related to art in the concentration camps. Includes a teacher's guide and student activities. Allows the user to search student projects in multiple ways, such as by topic, subject, learning activity, and age group.
Includes a bilingual discussion forum and a collection of links. Based on a book and CD set originally published in Features virtual exhibits, including one of Holocaust-related art, "virtual symposia," and searchable databases for art works, films, and writings about these human tragedies. Also indexes all works by the historical events to which they relate.
Includes letters, photographs, and documents related to the experiences of Sala Garncarz Kirschner, who survived seven Nazi forced labor camps. Documents some of the historical controversy and debate surrounding the film and book, and provides links to additional resources. Offers a brief history of the Jewish community, photographs, a map and descriptive walking tour, and information on events associated with the anniversary commemoration.
Includes several virtual tours exploring Holocaust-related themes. Includes "Search Reports" registered by private persons who lost their assets through confiscation, looting, evacuation or expulsion, and "Found Reports" registered by current owners of such assets. Allows for simple or detailed searches that include search options by keyword, type of object, personal names, place of loss, name of collection, etc.
Also provides lists of related publications and links, as well as a discussion forum on the topic. Provides photographs of the exhibition, digital images of the documents, and links to German-language historical articles related to the exhibition. Also relates the story of how the exhibition was vandalized following its installation on a public square in Vienna.
Provides a brief history and chronology of the camp as well as descriptions of ongoing archeological digs at the site. Includes photographs, a list of further resources, and links to related Web sites. Includes reproductions of documents, background on the memorial's design, photographs of the memorial, and information on the activities of the memorial foundation. Reviews the history of the camp and provides information about the Museum, including its archives and collections. Also addresses the Museum's research, publication, education, and preservation efforts. Includes numerous images from the camp and the Museum.
Describes the annual trip during which participants retrace the death march between Auschwitz and Birkenau on Holocaust Remembrance Day, and then travel to Israel to observe two important holidays. Includes a day-by-day photo tour of the most recent march, contributions from march participants, a full-text curriculum and study guide, and links to Holocaust-related sites. Features an online tour of the museum's permanent exhibition, and provides information about its pedagogic center, video archive, and various educational programs.
Features a history of the camp, an extensive bibliography, current events, and an alphabetical listing of links to resources on the Holocaust. The camp existed from to and was transformed to a Displaced Persons camp by the Americans in This website also provides information about recent events at the memorial, research projects and other related offers. From January to August Hadamar was one of the killing centers for handicapped and approximately 10, people were murdered by gas. This homepage gives also further information relating to events at the Memorial Place Hadamar and about the friends organization.
Features photographs, contact information, and an annotated collection of links for additional resources worldwide. Includes the full transcript of the film, press reactions, and links to related sites. Contains targeted sections for students, religious congregations, and communities, information on lobbying efforts, and information on how the public can help to stop the genocide in Darfur.
Includes excerpts from Gies's book, Anne Frank Remembered, audio clips of an interview with Gies, and historic photographs. Includes Holocaust survivor testimonies, news updates, a bibliography on genocide, and annotated links to related web resources. Details their story and lists their names and ages. Reviews Klaus Barbie's arrest and trial. Includes a virtual tour of the house and its vicinity, background information on the Museum, descriptions of its educational activities, and a calendar of events. Includes a multimedia learning center, teacher resources, online exhibitions, special collections, and more.
Provides information for visitors, a history of the site, and a partial listing of victims who passed through the camp. Includes finding aids, conference proceedings, links to international organizations, research papers, and news briefs. Provides online access to finding aids, microform catalogs, and research guides.
Includes a description of the Association's activities and publications as well as articles, links, an online chronology and dictionary. According to the Web site, houses the world's largest Yiddish language film collection. Includes lists of films available for purchase and rental, and information about how to acquire them via phone, fax, post, or e-mail. Includes a history of the Holocaust in Hungary, statistical information on survivors interviewed, a glossary of terms and abbreviations used in the testimonies, and other historical information.
Provides background on Nazi art thefts, search advice, descriptions of each artwork, and information on participating museums. Sponsored by the American Association of Museums. Includes a chronology of events, links to related resources, and a guide to claiming assets. Includes finding aids, an inventory of declassified records, announcements, a bibliography, and links to related Web sites about war crimes and war criminals. Includes online catalogues for the archive, library collection, news clippings collection, photo archive, and poster collection. Features numerous photographs, histories, contact information, annual reports, and more.
Includes a list of publications, announcements, contact information, and Web links. Includes the reproduction of numerous primary source materials, detailed information on Nazi documents, and evidence presented at the Nuremberg Trials as a means of refuting Holocaust deniers and revisionists. Produced and directed by Ken McVay. Provides background information on children in the Holocaust as well as historic photographs of children at play.
Includes a map of the town, photographs, a history of the ghetto, and description of partisan activities, as well as information on the town today, and a bibliography.