The Holocaust Blueprint is dedicated to compiling information regarding the Holocaust in all forms. The information provided encompasses the direct perpetrators, collaborators, policy/laws that contributed to the genocide, Holocaust survivors, and those who risked it all to save the innocent victims.
Our mission includes creating connections to organizations across the world whose vision and/or mission also align with ours, and this includes both individuals and communities at large. The Holocaust Blueprint serves as a database of information any user who seeks information can go to and locate information in an interactive format. This includes our map services, biographies, and other forms of educational tools that we utilize through the website.
The Holocaust Blueprint is made up of volunteers, and we have collected information through hours upon hours of research, conversations, and interviews in order to bring factual and thorough information related to the atrocities committed by the Nazi German regime and its collaborators.
The Holocaust Blueprint is a project that creates educational materials for users across the world, with its purposes ranging from in the classroom to at home study.
The Holocaust Blueprint is a free-to-use tool, and it always will be. The project provides biographical profiles, interactive maps, and other information related to the Holocaust. The project was established in June 2016, and it continues to grow each day.
The Holocaust Blueprint has traveled to Poland and visited many key areas related to the Holocaust ranging from small villages to extermination camps. Our photographs are free to use as you wish; however, we do ask that you will at least link to our website, so that other users may review our photographs and/or interactive maps.
Holocaust education is key to ensuring that the Holocaust never happens again. Holocaust survivors have worked to spread information related to the Holocaust, and now it is upon us to also spread information to users.