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Traces the roots of anti-Semitism beginning in early Christian Europe. Contains studies on the Holocaust which reflects the recent rise of Neo-Nazism, anti-Semitism, and xenophobia throughout the West. Includes a chronology, an introduction, and an extensive bibliography.
Entries on nearly 150 individuals who enabled the Holocaust, whether directly or through collaboration. Includes 25 primary source documents, a detailed chronology, reference entries, images, excerpts from literary memoirs, and a bibliography.
This source by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum provides details of individual sites, development and operation. Includes photographs, charts, and maps, and index to places, people, and organizations. The first three volumes are accessible now online; four volumes are under construction.
Streaming video collection of interviews with witnesses and survivors of the Holocaust and other genocides including Armenia, Tutsi in Rwanda, Nanjing, Guatemala, Cambodia, South Sudan, Central African Republic Conflict, and Anti-Rohingya Mass Violence.
First time users must register for an account, then search for and request access to an initial testimony. Users only need to request access to one testimony to obtain viewing rights for the entire collection. To view testimonies, users must start from a library authenticated URL (http://www.library.vanderbilt.edu/eres?id=1696) and login to their personal account. Detailed instructions searching the archive can be found at http://fortunoff.library.yale.edu/archive/search
Survey of key and controversial Holocaust representations. Examines film, drama, literature, photography, visual art, television, graphic novels, memorials, and video games. Each chapter is focused on a critical debate or question in Holocaust history.
Profiles the lives and works (novels, memoirs, diaries, poems, plays) of the most influential first-generation authors who survived, perished, or were closely connected to the Holocaust. Includes a comprehensive bibliography of primary works and a second bibliography of critical studies of Holocaust literature.
Identifies the most important works on the Holocaust by first- and second-generation survivors, as well as philosophers, novelists, poets, and playwrights reflecting on the Holocaust today. Reviews of the classics of Holocaust literature including histories, biographies, memoirs, diaries, testimonials, eyewitness accounts, philosophy, social criticism, novels, short fiction, poetry, and plays.
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