A pathfinder is just what the name implies. It is a guide to find your "path" when researching a particular subject. All the resources listed help you find the answers to questions you ask during your research or project.
General Holocaust Encyclopedia - A search engine created by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial. Users can search any topic or browse for articles on all popular topics about the Holocaust.
The Jewish Virtual Library - A site that features a variety of information about all aspects of the Holocaust, including information about WWII.
World War II Overview - This site, from History.com, provides a detailed overview of World War II, including articles on the major people/players of WWII, information about specific events, videos, photographs, and more.
Facing History and Ourselves - A collection of resources on the Holocaust provided by Facing History and Ourselves. Includes articles, book recommendations, videos, and helpful links.
Hidden Children of the Holocaust - Ten survivors detail their lives before, during and after the Holocaust. They tell about how things gradually changed when the Nazis came to power. Survivors discuss the direction their lives took after the Holocaust.
Oskar Schindler - A biography of Oskar Schindler and the story of how he saved hundreds of Jews in during the Holocaust.
Simon Wiesenthal Center - This is a very powerful site about a concentration camp survivor, who instead of returning to his regular profession, chose to became a Nazi hunter. He dedicated his life to making sure no one would forget what happened in the Holocaust. Contains information about his Center, biography, photos, references and links.
Yad Vashem - Website of the Holocaust Memorial in Israel
The Anne Franke Center - The Anne Frank Center USA is a not-for-profit organization that promotes the universal message of tolerance. This website will help you learn more about Anne Frank and her experiences during the Holocaust.
Japanese Internment Camps - Information about the Japanese-American Internment Camps from the University of Utah. This site includes an overview of the camps, information about individual camps, and wonderful photographs of the people and places.
Densho Website - A website whose mission is to preserve the testimonies of Japanese Americans who were incarcerated during World War II.