About This Site

The Holocaust Encyclopedia provides students, educators, leaders, and policymakers with readily available resources that help them challenge assumptions and develop critical thinking. It includes 850 articles in English, hundreds of which have been translated into 15 languages, including Arabic, Farsi, Russian, and Spanish. Annually, it serves millions of people all over the world.

In 2018, the encyclopedia was enhanced to reflect changes both in the way people learn and in how they access information online. It features new research and scholarship on the Holocaust, as well as more items from the Museum’s Collection, including photographs, films, and oral testimonies.

Thanking Our Donors

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is deeply grateful to the following donors for their generous support of The Holocaust Encyclopedia. To support the Museum's mission, donate here.

Gifts of $1 million or more

  • The Crown and Goodman Family
  • Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation
  • Deborah Simon
  • SNCF, Inc.
  • Samberg Family Foundation
  • Oath
  • Lois Lehrman Grass
  • Dr. Alfred Munzer and Mr. Joel Wind
  • Dr. David L. Kupfer