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Online Sources: Kristallnacht
Book Sources: Kristallnacht
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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"
Kristallnacht: The Nazi Terror that began the Holocaust by
Call Number: DS134.255 .D44 2012
"Discusses Kristallnacht, a four-day program instigated by the Nazis against Germany's Jews, including stories from the victims, witnesses and perpetrators of the attack, and how it marked the beginning of the Holocaust"--Provided by publisher.
What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder and Everyday Life in Nazi Germany: An Oral History by
Call Number: DD256.5 .J64 2005
See 1. Jews who left Germany before Kristallnacht: William Benson, Leipzig ; Margarete Leib, Karlsruhe ; Henry Singer, Berlin ; Karl Meyer, Cologne -- 2. Jews who left Germany after Kristallnacht: Armin Hertz, Berlin ; Josef Stone, Frankfurt ; Elise and Hermann Gottfried, Berlin ; Rebecca Weisner, Berlin ; Joseph Weinberg, Stuttgart
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