A memorial essay, written by Victoria Barnett and sponsored by the Church Relations department of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, about Bonhoeffer. It spans the period from the rise of Nazism until his execution.
An overview of the people and events of the Holocaust presented through photographs, documents, art, music, movies, and literature sponsored by the University of South Florida. Includes timelines of events and lesson plans for student activities.
A BBC site featuring audio of Hitler's 1933 speech at the Siemens Dynamo Works in Berlin vaguely denouncing the Jewish people and calling for rearmament, and audio of Hitler's 1939 "prophecy" speech to the Reichstag.
Bonhoeffer, airing on PBS Monday, February 6, 2006 (check local listings), in conjunction with the 100th anniversary celebration of Bonhoeffer's birth (February 4, 1906), mixes archival footage, some of it never before seen in the United States, with the words of Bonhoeffer himself.
A 1997 review of a 16-volume critical edition of Bonhoeffer's writings by South African theologian John W. DeGrunchy, in which he describes the difficulties in translating Bonhoeffer into English and his impact on contemporary society.