Survivor Testimony

As the number dwindles, it is critical that students hear from Holocaust survivors.  Ideally students should be exposed to a survivor in person.  Most Holocaust museums have a speakers' bureau which can arrange survivor visits to schools.  If this is not possible there are many websites which offer survivor testimony both in narrative and video formats. Testimony can also be used
to supplement a personal visit with a survivor. (Some sites below require free registration)
Coming of Age Now in the Holocaust (Museum of Jewish Heritage)

Database of Greek-Jewish Holocaust Survivors' Testimonies

Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies (Yale University)
Histories and Narratives (Univ. of Minnesota Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies)
The Holocaust Collection (National Archives and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum)

I'm Still Here (Dramatization of Teenagers' Diaries)
In the First Person
Jewish Veterans of WWII (Library of Congress)
Jewish Witness to a European Century (Centropa)
Segments for the Classroom (USC Shoah Foundation Institute)
Survivor Testimonies (at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum)
Surviving Auschwitz: Five Personal Journeys (USC Shoah Foundation Institute)

Teaching History Matters
Telling their Stories (Oral History Archives Project of The Urban School of San Francisco)
Voice/Vision Holocaust Survivor Oral History Archive (University of Michigan)
Voices of the Holocaust (British Library)
Voices of the Holocaust
(Illinois Institute of Technology)
Yad Vashem Holocaust Martyrs' and Heroes' Remembrance Authority