Subject Guide — Holocaust Studies
- Atlas of the Holocaust Ref G1797.21.E29 G58 1988.
Volume contains an index and bibliography.
- Atlas of Medieval Jewish History Ref Atlas G1034.B413 1992.
The Atlas has over 100 maps with text, covering events from the 5th to 17th centuries.
- Historical atlas of the Holocaust / United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Ref G1797.21.E29 H5 1996
Includes over 200 color maps and text covering events from 1933 to 1950.
- Encyclopaedia Judaica second edition / Ref DS102.8 .E496 2007.
Includes more than 21,000 entries on Jewish life, culture, history, and religion, written by Israeli, American and European subject specialists. Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index. Web version included in the Gale Virtual Reference Library.
- The Encyclopedia of the Holocaust Ref D804.25 .E53 2000
Combining essays with encyclopedia entries, this reference work offers student and adult researchers a comprehensive look at the Holocaust. The encyclopedia contains more than 650 alphabetical entries covering famous, infamous, and unfamiliar people; places, events, and concepts. The volume includes 300 captioned black-and-white photographs, a day-by-day chronology from 1933 to 1945, a bibliography arranged by subject, and an index.
- Anthology on armed Jewish resistance, 1939-1945 / compiled and edited by Isaac Kowalski; introduction written by Yitzhak Arad Larousse Ref D819.J4 A6297 1984
Four volume set of factual accounts of Jewish Resistance by Partisans, Underground activists, and Jewish service men and women.
- The encyclopedia of the Third Reich / edited by Christian Zentner and Friedemann Bedürftig; English translation edited by Amy Hackett DD256.5 .G76313 1991
Translation of: Das Grosse Lexikon des Dritten Reiches, advertised as the most extensive reference work now available in English on the National Socialist movement. Includes indexes and bibliographical references.
- A Dictionary of Twentieth Century History: 1914-1990 Ref D419 .T44 1992
This reference work provides in-depth coverage of the major historical figures and events of the last century. Over 2,500 entries span political, diplomatic, and military history offering both fact and analysis of these areas.
CALL NO. D804.3 .F755 2004. AUTHOR Friedman, Saul S., 1937-
TITLE A history of the Holocaust
LOCATIONS Stacks and Archives (5th Floor). Table of contents
CALL NO. D804.3 .H6475 1993.
TITLE Holocaust literature: a handbook of critical, historical, and literary writings / edited by Saul S. Friedman; foreword by Dennis Klein.
LOCATIONS Stacks and Archives (5th Floor)
CALL NO. D804.3 .B773 2004. AUTHOR Browning, Christopher R.
TITLE The origins of the Final Solution: the evolution of Nazi Jewish policy,Sept 1939-March 1942.
NOTE Includes bibliographical references (p. 549-578) and index.
CALL NO. D804.3 .B464 1993. AUTHOR United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
TITLE The world must know: the history of the Holocaust as told in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum / Michael Berenbaum; Arnold Kramer, editor of photographs. Oversize Collection
LOCATION Oversize Collection, 3RD level
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Oral History Digital Collection
H-net is an international interdisciplinary organization of scholars and teachers.
Holocaust Denial on Trial: David Irving v. Penguin Books and Deborah Lipstadt
This site provides transcripts of the trial: testimony, evidence and verdict. Also has a collection of news
This site provides information on material held by the National Archives dealing with assets looted
0 NEW 2011: A digital archive contains some 250,000 articles covering Jewish news around the world, 1923-present. JTA closely tracked antisemitism and played an especially important role in documenting the Holocaust as it was taking place. Here are links to an article or video on the new resource.
The Nuremberg war crimes trial
Part of the Avalon Project at the Yale Law School, the site contains important texts and documents relating to the trials.
Remember.org (A Cybrary of the Holocaust)
An excellent general site with art, photography, painting, audio/video, and memorials.
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Site contains links to maps, online exhibitions, scholarly publications, survivors’ registry, and related archival material. In 2011, the USHMM and Ancestry.com launched the World Memory Project to” allow anyone, anywhere to help build the largest free online resource for information about victims and survivors of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution.”
0 NEW 2010: A work in progress at the University of Charleston, of particular interest for Holocaust studies is Rabbi Rosenthall’s images of synagogues around the globe, including European synagogues which were either destroyed or converted to stables and warehouses by the Nazis.
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