The website of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) has extensive information about the Holocaust.
Some of our favorite content on the USHMM website are their online exhibitions, which tend to be packed with information, photos, and videos.
Another fantastic resource. This encyclopedia provides detailed information on numerous Holocaust-related topics, and is a great place to find information on (and photographs of) the concentration camps mentioned in Maus.
A website hosted at Fordham University offers online versions of important documents related to World War II.
Art Spiegelman's bio and links.
Survivors share stories of their experiences during the Holocaust, including the ghettos, deportation, hiding, life in the camps, resistance, and much more.
This site offers oral histories, with survivors telling about their lives <em>after</em> the Holocaust.
Yale’s Lillian Goldman Law Library offers online texts related to the Nuremberg Trials, which were held after World War II to try war crimes related to the Holocaust.
Art Spiegelman appeared on the Charlie Rose Show on PBS to discuss his work.
This NPR site has clips of interviews with Art Spiegelman as well as recordings of Vladek’s testimony.
A 30-minute interview with Spiegelman about comics and his work, and particularly <em>Maus</em> and <em>Breakdowns</em>.
A collection of essays and interviews. Check out this extensive preview from Google Books.
A collection of eight critics' essays on <em>Maus</em>.