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Online Sources: Children & Teens- The Holocaust
Book/DVD Sources: Children & Teens - The Holocaust
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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Children During the Holocaust by
Call Number: Online - Ebook Central
Offering a collection of personal letters, diaries, court testimonies, government documents, military reports, speeches, newspapers, photographs, and artwork, Children during the Holocaust highlights the diversity of children's experiences during the nightmare years of the Holocaust.
Also in print: D804.48 .H43 2011
Children of the Holocaust
Call Number: D804.3 .C54 2002
Four people who, as children, survived the Holocaust describe how they kept themselves alive.
Courageous Teen Resisters: Primary Sources from the Holocaust by
Call Number: D804.48 .B946 2010
"Examines the stories of children and teen resisters in Europe during the Holocaust, including resistance groups, unarmed resistance, armed resistance in the ghettos and camps, and partisan units." --Provided by publisher.
The Diary of a Young Girl by
Call Number: DS135.N6 F73313 1995
edited by Otto H. Frank and Mirjam Pressler ; translated by Susan Massotty.For other editions, search the online catalog for Frank, Anne as an author.
Escape-- Teens on the Run: Primary Sources from the Holocaust by
Call Number: D804.48 .A48 2010
"Discusses children and teens on the run during the Holocaust in Europe, including the different ways young people escaped the Nazis, places of refuge in Europe, and hiding and resistance"--Provided by publisher.
Hidden Teens, Hidden Lives: Primary Sources from the Holocaust by
Call Number: D804.48 .A525 2010
"Explores the lives of children and teens who went into hiding during the Holocaust; looks at various places used as hiding spots, such as barns and attics, and different ways to hide, like assuming false identities, and how these were used as a tool to survive"--Provided by publisher.
Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport by
Call Number: Media DS135.E5 I586 2001 DVD
Assuming that the broad historical context is well enough known, the film concentrates on individual stories, using archival film clips and photographs, re-enactments and interviews, with both the rescuers and the rescued.
Saving Children from the Holocaust: The Kindertransport by
Call Number: DS135.E5 B94 2011
"Discusses the Kindertransport, including the people who organized the operation, how the transports worked, the children's lives who escaped on a transport, and how ten thousand children were saved from the Holocaust"--Provided by publisher.
The Upstairs Room by
Call Number: D810.J4 R378
A Dutch Jewish girl describes the two-and-one-half years she spent in hiding in the upstairs bedroom of a farmer's house during World War II.
A Voice from the Holocaust by
Call Number: D804.3 .S64 2003
"Eve Sounmerai recounts her childhood as a Jewish girl growing up in Nazi Berlin, as a teenaged refugee in the United Kingdom, and later as a young adult searching for answers in postwar Germany."
Witness: Voices from the Holocaust (DVD) by
Call Number: Media D810.J4 W68 1999
"Testimonies and rare archival footage reveal the Nazi era through the memories of those who were there: a Hitler Youth, a jesuit priest, resistance fighters, death camp survivors, American POWs, liberators" --Container.
Witness: Voices from the Holocaust (print book) by
Call Number: D804.195 .W58 2000
"... from the first-person accounts of twenty-seven witnesses, including Jews, Gentiles, Americans, a member of the Hitler Youth, a Jesuit priest, resistance fighters, and child survivors."Description from Google Books
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