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Online Sources: Documents - The Holocaust
Book Sources: Documents - The Holocaust
- A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
- Click the title for location and availability information.
Hitler and the Nazis: A History in Documents (print) by
Call Number: DD253 .C67 2005
Presents a history of the rise and fall of Hitler and Nazism through original source documents, including Nazi party records and propaganda and documents from witnesses, Holocaust survivors, and individuals who resisted the Nazi regime.
The Holocaust (Primary sourcebook Series) by
Call Number: D804.19 .H55 2006
"Features include narrative overviews of key events and trends, 100+ primary source documents, chronology, glossary, bibliography, and subject index"
A Holocaust Reader by
Call Number: D810.J4 H754
"A collection of official and private documents traces the growth of and reveals the Jewish response to German anti-Semitism during World War II"
Description from Google Books
Jewish Responses to Persecution (4 vols) by
Call Number: Online - Ebook Central
Note: Each volume has a separate link to the corresponding ebook volume
v. 1. 1933-1938; v. 2. 1938-1940; v. 3. 1941-1942; v. 4. 1942-1943
Numerous period photos, documents, and annotations make this unique series an invaluable research and teaching tool.
Jewish Responses to Persecution. Volume V, 1944-1946 by
Call Number: D804.3 .W655 2015 v.5
Shedding light on both the personal and public lives of Jews through letters, diaries, photographs, drawings, speeches, newspapers, and government documents, this book provides compelling insights into a wide range of Jewish experiences during the Holocaust.
Nazi Persecution and Postwar Repercussions by
Call Number: HV6762.G3 B76 2016
"The International Tracing Service, one of the largest Holocaust-related archival repositories in the world, holds millions of documents that enrich our understanding of the many forms of persecution during the Nazi era and its continued repercussions ever since. Drawing on a selection of recently available documents from the archive, this ... volume provides new insights into human decision making in genocidal settings, the factors that drive it, and its far-reaching consequences."--Back cover.
Predicting the Holocaust by
Call Number: D804.3 .M3738 2019
: Jewish Organizations Report from Geneva on the Emergence of the "Final Solution," 1939-1942
Sources of the Holocaust by
Call Number: D804.19 .S68 2004
"This new collection of original Holocaust documents and sources brings readers into direct contact with perpetrators and victims. The words of Nazi leaders and common soldiers, SS doctors and European collaborators show how and why they planned and participated in mass murder. Jewish and non-Jewish victims speak of their persecution and resistance. Steve Hochstadt's commentary on each source outlines the historical causes and step-by-step development of the Holocaust, as well as the continuing debates about its significance."
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