Links to Pertinent Historical Sites
Slave Labor Camps
National Archives Bibliography
A bibliography of primary source material by survivors of Nazi slave labor camps. Assembled by the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
Lengthy list of German companies involved with concentration camps and slave labor.
The "Forgotten Camps"
This Web site has much information on subcamps of major camps, slave labor, non-Jewish Holocaust victims and survivor stories.
Bibliography of scholarly work on slave labor camps and the role of German industry. In German.
Polish War Veterans Remember
The Polish Resistance
True tale of a Polish Resistance Fighter, active during the Warsaw Uprising campaign and others.
2nd Polish Corps
A veteran of the 2nd Polish Corps discusses the campaign against the Italians.
Polish Air Force
Excellent site dedicated to the extremely effective Polish Air Force that fought alongside the Royal Air Force during the Battle of Britain.
Thorough educational walk-through of the interlude between WWI and WWII.
Actual text of the 1939 German-Soviet Non-Agression Pact. In English
This site, "Lights in the Darkness: Resisters to the Nazi Regime," offers a broad survey of the various resistance groups and their activities during the Nazi period. It includes an excellent bibliography.
The Atomic Bomb
Explanation of nuclear fission notes historical importance of the German discovery of barium in uranium.
Online explanation of atom splitting.
Another educational explanation of atom splitting.
Einstein's Letter to Roosevelt
Actual text of a pivotal document in the American commitment to develop the bomb.