2/23/2009 4:36 PM John Powell wrote: I want to thank the Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team for their wonderful work in creating such an awesome digital memorial to the victims of the Holocaust.
2/3/2009 7:31 AM Thomas Pillary wrote: I have never seen the full version of this anti-Semitic publication online anywhere else. I am finding your website to be ever helpful in all of my research initiatives.
Especially those relating to early propaganda and media.
1/4/2009 12:24 PM Novalis wrote: Does there exist any archival material from the company Hasag (Hugo-Schneider-Aktiengesellschaft), Leipzig, Germany, specifically its armaments division at Skarzysko-Kamienna and affiliated plants, Werke A, B, C, located in Distrikt Radom, of the then Reich Generalgouvernement Polen? The main archive of Hasag no longer exists. The central office building in Leipzig, together with the business archive, was damaged through Allied bombs and then destroyed by self-detonation in early 1945.
H.E.A.R.T is often asked to provide historical consultation to the film/television industry as well as online & print media.
Since all consultation is strictly voluntary - (H.E.A.R.T accepts no compensation for any Holocaust related consultation) - it is often difficult to assist with the many requests we receive on a regular basis.
Team members are often on location throughout Europe, and or working in various archives in the US, UK, Germany and Poland.
UK Director Mr. Chris Webb manages one of the rarest and most comprehensive photo archives to be found anywhere in the world. He spends much of his time identifying, and labeling the many thousands of pictures from the ghettos, and locations of Holocaust atrocities.
US Director Mr. Carmelo Lisciotto spends most of his available time in eastern Poland and the areas of the former Soviet Union conducting extensive research on the activity of the Einsatzgruppen for his book due to be released in 2009.
Other members of the team conduct Holocaust tours, or perform services for Jewish groups as well as with various archives in the review and translation of documents, decodes and other artifacts.
We appreciate your feedback and encourage your continued education in the most infamous period of world history.
11/25/2008 9:35 AM personal shredder wrote: This blog Is very informative , I am really pleased to post my comment on this blog . It helped me with ocean of knowledge so I really belive you will do much better in the future . Good job web master . Reply to this
11/22/2008 3:00 PMErland Svenson wrote: I thank you for this article on the plight of the Norwegian Jews. Your website is very comprehensive and you don't often find this level of detail in electronic media.
11/4/2008 11:21 AM Terry Rather wrote: Very interesting story! Rarely do we get to read about the more subtle aspects of how the Nazi's exploited Jews during the Holocaust. Reply to this
11/3/2008 6:54 AM Gabor Hirsch wrote: It is more an enquiry as a comment. Does any records of former inmates exist to Gross Rosen? can you say when a camp number would probably issued. The number in Question is 39969
10/30/2008 4:06 PM Samuel Martin wrote: This article depicts a lot of stuff very well. How jews were treated while this time period with concentration camps was going on. It shows how they were over powered and didn't get much to eat at all. Very good article. Reply to this
9/14/2008 11:23 AM Jill St. Claire wrote: Dear H.E.A.R.T I was told that a book was forthcoming authored by some or all of the members of the team. Do you know when this book will be available and where? Thanks very much and please keep up the great work. JSC Reply to this
The H-E-A-R-T U.S Director Carmelo Lisciotto has a book expected to be released in spring of 2009. More information on this release will be posted in the Publications section of the HolocaustResearchProject.org website.
In addition several contributors to the H-E-A-R-T website have publications on Aktion Reinhard being released in December.
8/27/2008 9:06 AM Marco Destrius wrote: Very powerful essay on the Croatian Holocaust. I must say the that the images of Jasenovac are horrific but I believe it is important that websites such as the Holocaustresearchproject.org publish them in such a professional and educational manner.
8/14/2008 10:07 AM Joachim Bunt wrote: I must repeat the sentiments of many of the people here when I say that the Holocaustresearchproject.org offers the very best and most comprehensive online resource that I have sound so far.
6/25/2008 3:22 PM Shawn Meckel wrote: My thanks to the Holocaustresearchproject.org group for their great work. You have a very good website about the Holocaust. Reply to this
6/22/2008 4:01 PM Omar Varshnik wrote: Your website on the Holocaust is better presented that even the US Holocaust Museum web pages and far superior to almost all the others. I thank you for creating and maintaining this great work.
5/16/2008 1:47 PM Jessica Fornhauser wrote: Such brutality committed by these Ustasha men is incomprehensible!
I'm confused about why the U.S and Nato backed Croations in the recent ethnic cleansing in Bosnia-Hercegovina? Reply to this
5/15/2008 10:56 AM Josef Martinkoff wrote: I thought that I knew a lot about the Holocaust but every time I visit the Holocaustresearchproject.org website I learn something new. This story on Pieter Menten is very interesting.
3/12/2008 10:55 AM Joshua Chartaye wrote: My thanks to the HOLOCAUSTRESEARCHPROJECT.ORG your website always has interesting articles and history that simply can't be found on the Internet! I've read a lot on wikipedia but have found that much of what they present as credible is in fact erroneous and of dubious nature.
My thanks again for making your resource available to us all.
2/7/2008 10:55 AM Gerard Malachim wrote: I agree with you Ms Alicia! The website www.Holocaustresearchproject.org has the best collection of holocaust photos, the most detailed articles and is presented in a very comprehensive and user-friendly way!
10/31/2007 8:00 AM Lori Maatz wrote: My thanks to the Holocaust Education & Archive Research Team for publishing such a comprehensive list of Holocaust ghettos. Overall I've found the website to be one of the best resources available online. --Lori Maatz Reply to this
10/19/2007 8:49 AM Laura McMillan wrote: What a heartbreaking story! Mr. Grossman was a hero! I am surprised I haven't found much more about him on the Internet! The HolocaustResearchProject seems to be the only place for detailed background on many of these specialized stories. Reply to this
10/17/2007 9:08 AM Melanie Remford wrote: What a heart wrenching story I was saddened when I read it but happy to see the story being told on the HOLOCAUSTRESEARCHPROJECT!
10/9/2007 5:09 AM Shara Tallis wrote: Thank you for producing such a lovely website. The Holocaustresearchproject is by far the best online resource for learning about the Holocaust that I've ever come across on the Internet. Reply to this
10/1/2007 9:10 AM David Hoffman wrote: I was bowled over by the depth of information regarding the infamouse Majdanek concentration camp that I found available on the the holocaustresearchproject website! Reply to this
The trip to the Ukraine sounds like a serious adventure! Reply to this
9/4/2007 8:21 AM Arti Schlosser wrote: I wrote to the HEART team and they were very helpful. Not like a lot of the other sites where no one responds. These guys are for real and they truly know their stuff! High praise for the holocaustresearchproejct ! Reply to this