Links

Biographies

The best biography can be found in the Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online.

Other biographies (in alphabetical order):

AllRefer.com
Believe Project
Bookrags.com
Café de Tercera Alternativa (Spanish)
El Christianismo Primitivo (Spanish)
Church of the Brethren Network
Columbia Encyclopedia (Bartleby.com)
Everything2
Mennopedia (German)
NNDB
Ökumenischer Namenkalender (German)
Timeline Index A site that places Menno in the context of his time.
Wikipedia Shorter versions are available in German, Dutch, Esperanto and Frysk.

Articles about Menno

From magazines:

Hanspeter Jecker: "Test Everything; Hold Fast to What is Good": How Menno Caused a Reformed Pastor to Travel from Murten to Moravia (Mennonite Quarterly Review)
Cornelius Krahn: Menno Simons research (1910-1960) (Church History) You need to have Jstor access to view the complete article.
Lawrence E. Ressler: I finally read Menno. Lessons from reading Menno Simons (The Mennonite)
John D. Roth: The Mennonites' Dirty Little secret. What Christians could learn from Menno Simons and how he rescued the Anabaptist movement (Christianity Today; preview only)
W. Schroeder: Menno Simons 500. A birthday Anniversary (Mennonite Historian)

From newspapers (Dutch):
Friesch Dagblad: 'Menno Simons-infocentrum' in Pingjum
Friesch Dagblad: Hondurese voetsporen van Menno Simonsz
Friesch Dagblad: Veel belangstelling voor ‘Menno-tulpen’
Friesch Dagblad: Kerkje van buizen voor Menno Simons
Friesch Dagblad: Menno Park in vorm van quilt bij Witmarsum
Friesch Dagblad: Menno voor even terug op veelkleurige Menniste Dei
Friesch Dagblad: Wûnseradiel: 25.000 euro voor Menno Park
Friesch Dagblad: Bouwplannen Menno Park in ijskast
Friesch Dagblad: Menno Simons had pioniersgeest
Friesch Dagblad: 'Monument past bij Mennisten'

From other sources:
Christian History Institute: Glimpses of History: Menno Simons, Fugitive Leader
Abraham Friesen: Menno Simons: The New Birth
King of Glory Mennonite Church: The Life of Menno Simons and beginning of the Mennonites
One Brick Short: Menno Simons
Jordan Pickering: The Theology of Menno Simons
Joe Peckman: Menno Simons was without doubt a great man
Charles St-Onge: On Believer's Baptism: Martin Luther and Menno Simons
Henry C. Vedder: Menno Simons and his Followers (from: A Short History of the Baptists, 1907)
Jürgen Weigle: Menno Simons (chapter from Über Mennoniten).

Menno's writings in print

The Complete Writings of Menno Simon (Amazon)
Die vollständigen Werke Menno Simon's (German; Amazon)
A foundation and plain instruction of the saving doctrine of our Lord Jesus Christ: Briefly compiled from the word of God (Amazon)
The education of children (Amazon)
The cross of Christ, a comforting admonition (Amazon)
The shunning of apostates (Amazon)
Keys to salvation: Excerpts from the writings of Menno Simons (Amazon)
Foundation of Christian doctrine: Excerpts from the writings of Menno Simons and Dietrich Philip (Amazon)

Books about Menno

Harold S. Bender & John Horsch: Menno Simons' Life and Writings. A Quadricentennial Tribute 1536-1936 (Amazon)
Gerald R. Brunk [ed.]: Menno Simons. A Reappraisal (Amazon). Read a review by Linda Matties of this book.
Victor Budgen: Menno Simons (1496-1561). A study of the life and teachings of the foremost Anabaptist leader (Amazon)
Jacobus ten Doornkaat Koolman: Dirk Philips. Friend and Colleague of Menno Simons (Amazon)
Jacob Geist: Menno Simon's renunciation of Rome, and a brief historical account of true believers and their baptism ... (Amazon)
Wilmer A. Harms: Our heritage through the Reformation, Menno Simons, the migrations, and the genealogy of Gerhard Theissen (Amazon)
Hans Joachim Hillerbrand: Menno Simons, molder of a tradition: A memorial tribute to a notable Reformation leader on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of his death (Amazon)
Alle Hoekema & Roelf Kuitse: Discipleship in Context. Papers Read at the Menno Simons 500 International Symposium (Amazon)
Irvin B. Horst (ed.): Menno Simons. Confession of My Enlightenment, Conversion, and Calling the New Birth (Amazon)
I. Horst: Bibliography of Menno Simons (Amazon)
Dave & Neta Jackson: The Betrayer's Fortune (Amazon).
Walter Klaassen: No other foundation. Commemorative essays on Menno Simons (Menno Simons lectures) (Amazon)
Cornelius Krahn: Menno Simons (Amazon)
Cornelius Krahn: Menno Simons' concept of the church (Amazon)
Jacob K. Lapp: Reformation briefs and results thereof: According to Martin Luther and Menno Simon from 1483 to 1700 (Amazon)
Franklin Hamlin Littell: A tribute to Menno Simons (Amazon)
Jacob A. Loewen & Wesley J. Prieb: Only the Sword of the Spirit (MennoLink). Read a review by Peter Penner of this book.
Jakob and Nelleke Schiere: timeline II - living echo of Menno Simons (Dutch page)
Glen Harold Stassen: Opening Menno Simon's Foundation-Book and finding the father of Baptist origins alongside the mother, Calvinist Congregationalism (Amazon)
Louise A. Vernon: Night Preacher (MennoLink)
Sjouke Voolstra: Menno Simons. His Image and Message (Amazon)
Gary Yamasaki: Mennonite nonresistance from Menno Simons to the Selbstschutz (Amazon)

Menno's country

Photos:

The plaque on the Mennonite church in Witmarsum referring to Menno's motto (I Cor. 3: 11)
The Menno Simons monument outside Witmarsum
Another picture of the same memorial
The Menno Simonsplein (Menno Simons square) in Drachten
A linden tree that was supposedly planted by Menno
The place where Menno was supposedly buried

Other:

Mennokate A cottage where Menno's printer may have lived.
Stichting Doopsgezinde Monumenten in Friesland (Dutch)

Organizations

In a sense every organization that calls itself 'Mennonite' is named after Menno Simons. This section only lists organizations that explicitly use Menno's full name.

Educational:

Menno Simons College (Winnipeg, Canada)
Menno-Simons Community School (Cleardale, Canada)
Menno Simons Christian School (Calgary, Canada)

Other:

Menno Simons Historical Library (Virginia, USA)
Menno Simons Centre (Vancouver, Canada)
Internationaal Menno Simons Centrum (Netherlands)
Menno Simonszhuis (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Scouting Menno Simonsz. A Dutch scouts group