This site is being preserved as it was on 17 September 2001 as a memorial to the life and work of Eberhard Wenzel.
Website by Eberhard Wenzel is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.


In a connected world you've got to know the links.

Last updated:  20 May 2001

  • 1968 - The whole word was watching: an oral history - "a joint project between South Kingstown High School and Brown University's Scholarly Technology Group. The project was sponsored by the Rhode Island Committee for the Humanities and NetTech: the Northeast Regional Technology in Education Consortium. The resource contains transcripts, audio recordings, and edited stories of a series of interviews conducted in the spring of 1998. Members of the Sophomore Class at SKHS interviewed Rhode Islanders about their recollections of the year 1968. Their stories, which include references to the Vietnam War, the struggle for Civil Rights, the Assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy as well as many more personal memories are a living history of one of the most tumultuous years in United States history"
  • Address Directory: Politicians of the World - "you will find the mailing addresses for every nation's leaders and provincial governors (almost). Phone, fax, e-mail and website addresses are being added where available"
  • Australia - currently my host country
  • Bio-Data - woohoooo ... that's me
  • Bookshops and libraries - I love bookshops, and even though it's not the same on the Net, it's exciting to browse through them
  • Cultural Environment Movement - "a coalition of independent organizations and supporters in every state of the U.S. and 63 other countries on six continents. Its over 150 affiliated and supporting organizations and its individual supporters represent a wide range of social and cultural concerns, united in working for freedom, fairness, diversity, responsibility, respect for cultural integrity, the protection of children, and democratic decision-making in the media mainstream"
  • CyberJournal - I never thought it would happen, but here it is provided by Richard K. Moore: "Welcome to the home page of Citizens for a Democratic Renaissance. We are an informal association of concerned citizens from around the world who are dedicated to overcoming corporate domination through the revitalization of constitutional democracy" - check this out
  • Derechos Café - an excellent web-site on Human Rights (action)
  • Dictionaries - here's only a small collection, but it's interesting stuff. The Department of Health: Dictionaries are addictive!
  • Echelon Watch - "Echelon is perhaps the most powerful intelligence gathering organization in the world. Reports suggest that this network is being used to spy on private citizens everywhere, including on the Internet. This site is designed to encourage public discussion of this potential threat to civil liberties, and to urge the governments of the world to protect our rights"
  • Environment - I've collected some interesting links particularly focusing on the global political dimension
  • - more than 20,000 documents, journals and books online available, which translates into paradise for those who like to read
  • European Institutions - access to key links of the European Community
  • International Affairs - "a research tool for the business and academic community, providing easy access to data, journals, organizations, governments and other resources" - this is excellent stuff
  • International Consortium of Investigative Journalists - "In an increasingly frontierless yet complex world, there is a need for in-depth information that transcends national boundaries. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists was created to meet that need"
  • Internet Anagram Server - wanna have fun? check this out - you can also try AnagramFun
  • IPPNW - International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War
  • Library of Congress
  • Miscellaneous - cities I lived in, writers, poetry, comics, computers, food, sports, etc. - plus heaps of unsolicited advice. This is the end-zone, my dear.
  • Museum of Tolerance - this link refers to the research of the Simon Wiesenthal Center's learning resource center - you better check it out before it becomes all the same again. Note: Learning from history? Yep!!!
  • News (English) - access to English language media on the web
  • News (German) - access to German language media on the web
  • Nizkor Project - "Dedicated to the nearly twelve million victims ruthlessly destroyed by Adolf Hitler and his Nazi regime" - if you are interested to study Facism and Nazism in detail, this is the ultimate web-site to consult; excellent resource
  • Philippines - a meta-site, which offers rich resources on the country
  • Philosophy - here we go get confused, well, sort of
  • Physicians and Scientists for Responsible Application of Science and Technology - "Science has reached a level where its applications can cause irreparable damage at a global scale. We, who founded PSRAST, are seriously concerned about conditions that have been hampering impartial comprehensive, interdisciplinary evaluation of the safety of new applications of science and technology. We invite every scientist and physician all over the world, who shares our concerns, to become a member of our network. With a large number of qualified members we will be able to contribute to responsible application of science and technology"
  • Poetry - well, I've written some poems, most of them in German - wanna learn the Germanic poetry approach? Go ahead ;-)
  • Postmodernism - well, not necessarily the kind of stuff you may expect. This is fun!
  • Project Censored - "The primary objective of Project Censored is to explore and publicize the extent of censorship in our society by locating stories about significant issues of which the public should be aware, but is not, for one reason or another. Now, in its 22nd year, Project Censored is administered by Dr. Peter Phillips of SSU's Sociology Department. He, the Project Censored staff and interns conduct the Project Censored research class during the fall academic semester which results in the annual yearbook CENSORED: The News That Didn't Make The News published every March by Seven Stories Press."
  • Project Gutenberg - hundreds of books available in electronic text mode - this is a huge project ... and if you're a biblioholic, this site will be paradise for you
  • Responses to the Holocaust: A Hypermedia Sourcebook for the Humanities
  • WWW Search Engines - linking you to Yahoo's comprehensive list of search engines - and if you complain that you still can't find what you're looking for, well, look for something different ;-))
  • Social sciences - referring you to some social science resources of the Net which I consider interesting
  • Taste of Smell - a university course designed by Richard G. Vogt
  • Union of Concerned Scientists - "I can promise to be sincere, but not to be impartial." (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 1749-1832)
  • UN System - access to key links of the United Nations System. This is NOT the official UN web-site
  • World Health Organization (WHO) - access to key links of the World Health Organization. Beware: This is NOT the official WHO web-site
  • WWW Virtual Library: Subject catalogue

And last but not least, something to refocus you

Thanks to DK'small mercies for helping with web-design.

If you wish to comment on the site, please use this form. Thank you.

LDB Web-Site Navigation Panel
Just click on the site you want to see.

Click here to go to the WWW Virtual Library: Circumpolar 

Copyright © by Eberhard Wenzel, 1997-2001