Consider the "About" page of The Holocaust: A Tragic Legacy. The creators of this page have made it their goal, "[t]o insure that those Jewish people did not die in vain, we have taken it upon ourselves to illustrate through genocide man's capacity for depravity and how we must rise above it." They see the Holocaust as a pivotal tragedy for the human race from which we have a great deal to learn, to help us to end current and prevent future atrocities. They seem to accept and present one history of the Holocaust as definitive and propose to teach people this history. Do they remain open to new ideas; to the possibility that they may encounter new information? Considering the resources they intend to provide, do you think they will enable you to determine if their history of the Holocaust is clearly supported by the evidence?
Look at the site's "Summary" page. How does The Holocaust: A Tragic Legacy define the Holocaust?
The linked words on the page connect you to definitions of the terms or longer descriptions of names, places, and events, in their multi-media glossary. Do the existence of the glossary and the apparent amount of research that went into it lend more credibility to the information they present about the Holocaust? What about the fact that the glossary enables you to access many of the same resources, even some primary documents?