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Holocaust Studies   Tags: holocaust, world history  

Guide to research resources pertaining to the Holocaust.
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Holocaust Studies LibGuide

 

A German photograph of evacuation of Jews, used in the Nuremberg Trials.

Image source: Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum

The Holocaust began in 1933 when Adolf Hitler came to power in Germany and ended in 1945 with the Allied defeat of the Nazis. Led by Hitler, the Nazis conducted a systematic mass murder of an estimated 6 million Jews in Europe.  Additionally, the Nazi's killed Jehovah’s Witnesses, homosexuals, disabled people, Gypsies, POWs, and political and religious dissenters. It is estimated that altogether 11 million people perished under the Nazis in the Holocaust.

This LibGuide provides information and links to resources in Holocaust studies.  Follow the tabs above to find primary and secondary sources in different formats: print, digital and multimedia.



 

 

Doing Primary Source Research

·         Finding Historical Primary Sources  

Guide to primary sources from the library at the University of California Berkeley.

 

·         Using Primary Sources on the Web  

A nice description of primary sources with tips for finding sources from the American Library Association.

 

·         Primary Sources Tutorial  

For more on the basics of primary research, check out this tutorial from the Mantor Library at the University of Maine- Farmington.

 

Citing Your Sources

  • EasyBib
    Use EasyBib to cite all your sources. You can use auto search functions to find information on sources, manage all your bibliographic resources, and create your Works Cited page. Open this link to access EasyBib through the LFA Library's subscription. To access the full version, you must be logged into the LFA network.
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