Resources for Further Research

I have listed various web sites and organizations that are relevant to Henry’s story, the time period, or Polish culture. Living Kraków Cultural Pilgrimages was invaluable in helping me plan my trip to Poland in 2013.

I am also very appreciative to Dr. Wojciech Płosa of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum, as well as Torsten Jugl of Buchenwald Concentration Camp for their assistance in helping me search their respective archives.

Resources re: Poland and World War II

Poland and Poles in the Second World War
Holocaust Forgotten     Remembering and Honoring the Five Million Non-Jewish Holocaust Victims

Resources re: Concentration Camps and Holocaust

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Link to Henry’s Artifacts in the USHMM 
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum 
Buchenwald Concentration Camp and Memorials Foundation
Warsaw Uprising Museum

Genealogy and Tracing Family Members including WWII

International Tracing Service
Finding your Roots – Polish Consulate – Los Angeles   
Find Lost Russian and Ukrainian Family (helpful blog with links)  
JRI-Poland Home of Jewish Records Indexing – good source for small town records
Search for Victims of Oppression The site is in Polish, but the search engine shows in English.
Roots to Roots Foundation    A Genealogical and Family History guide to Jewish and civil records in Eastern Europe
International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies

Resources re: Polish Culture

The Polish Museum of America   
Polish American Historical Museum 
The Kosciuszko Foundation  
Jan Karski Educational Foundation  
Martin Scorsese Presents Masterpieces of Polish Cinema  
Books From Poland and on Poland in English  
Arizona Polonia  
Polish American Freedom Foundation  
Museum of the History of Polish Jews  
Living Kraków Cultural Pilgrimages (Group trip planning to Poland)